Chinese ag trade mission

Minister Han, Chinese Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs (MARA), is coming to Ottawa with a trade delegation of agricultural companies interested in sourcing Canadian products for the Chinese market.

Where: Downtown Ottawa (exact location TBD)
When: Wednesday, September 12, 2018.
Cost: Free

 

The event is proposed for a full day, which will include a business match-making session. No registration or participation costs are anticipated.

 

Please email MAS-SAM@AGR.GC.CA by August 17, 2018, if interested in participating.

 

Source: Canadian Horticultural Council August 8, 2018 tweet  

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