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16 January 2017: Emile Bongers speaks on the Dutch legal system at seminar in Dubai

16 January 2017: Emile Bongers speaks on the Dutch legal system at seminar in Dubai

16 January 2017: Emile Bongers speaks on the Dutch legal system at seminar in Dubai

15.12.2016

On 16 January Emile Bongers speaks at the lunch seminar of The Netherlands Foreign Investment Agency (NFIA) and Amsterdam inbusiness (the foreign investment agency of the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area) at the Four Seasons in Dubai DIFC.

Theme of the seminar is “the current business and investment climate in the Netherlands and its capital city Amsterdam”. Emile will cover the topic “trends and developments in the Dutch legal system”.

Other themes and speakers/parties are: “Why the Netherlands?” By Jeroen Nijland, Commissioner at the NFIA. “Hotspot Amsterdam” by amsterdam inbusiness and “Taxation” by Loyens Loeff. Other speakers include Kasja Ollongren, Deputy Mayor of Amsterdam.

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