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Agoria Automotive Welcomes FFIO’s US Press Mission

A US press mission organized by the Flanders Foreign Investment Office’s Chicago bureau will be welcomed by Agoria Automotive on Thursday, September 11.



The mission brings to Flanders a group of  leading journalists from the major American automotive magazines, including Automotive Industries, SAE Magazine, Wards Auto World and Automotive Design & Production. In addition, there will also be journalists representing the German magazine Automobil Industrie and Strategic Direct Investment (previously Corporate Location) a magazine specialized in foreign direct investment and location news in Europe.

A reception has been arranged at the Agoria offices between 6 pm and 8 pm on Thursday 11. This offers an excellent opportunity for meeting the visiting journalists and also provides an occasion to present your company and make contact with other members of Agoria Automotive.

Place: Diamant Building; A. Reyerslaan 80; 1030 Brussels

Time: 1600 – 1800 hrs; Thursday, September 11

Contact: pieter.donck@agoria.be

Participation is free.

 

Send an e-mail to pieter.donck@agoria.be  if you would like to attend this reception. Please reply by September 5.

Reported by
FIT
3 September 2003

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