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Jan Bogaert speaks at Sino-Belgian Business Survey seminar in Beijing

Jan Bogaert speaks at Sino-Belgian Business Survey seminar in Beijing

Jan Bogaert speaks at Sino-Belgian Business Survey seminar in Beijing

25.03.2014

On 25 March 2014 Jan Bogaert acts as panellist during a seminar on the subject of the annual Sino-Belgian Business Survey, organised by BenCham at the Belgian Embassy in Beijing.

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