Event with Mr Adam Cunneen, Commissioner for Victoria to the Republic of Korea
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Event with Mr Adam Cunneen, Commissioner for Victoria to the Republic of Korea

Please join us on Tuesday the 24th of May to hear from Mr Adam Cunneen, Commissioner for Victoria to South Korea.

Victoria and South Korea share an expanding relationship based on two-way trade in goods and service, and strong education and cultural ties. South Korea is Victoria’s ninth largest trading partner and fifth largest merchandise export market. It is also a major market for Victorian aluminium, meat and dairy and is of increasing importance for emerging industries such as energy, health and aged care, tourism and international education. South Korea is one of Victoria’s major import sources of refined petroleum and motor vehicles.

Mr Adam Cunneen will talk about the current trends and opportunities relating to the Victoria-South Korea relationship and the Victorian Government’s plan for engagement with Korea going forward.

Date: Tuesday 24 May 2016

Time:  5.00pm – 7.00pm

Venue: International Chamber House, Level 5, 121 Exhibition Street, Melbourne

Cost: $50

RSVP essential.

Click here to register: http://akbcac.eventbrite.com.au/