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2024年度ホワイトペーパー発表イベント(2月29日)

10月4日、EBCは欧州経済社会評議会(EESC)/日本フォローアップ委員会の代表団と会談しました。

 

2023年10月4日、EBCはドイツ統一の日のレセプションに出席しました。

 

ニコラス・ボルツェ 氏(ティッセンクルップ駐日代表事務所 グループ代表・EBC防衛・安全保障委員会委員長)がオランダ大使館にて講演

 

EBCは在中国欧州連合(EU)商工会議所のイェンス・エスケルンド会頭と会談

 

10月6日(金)に第19回North America-Europe Golf Challenge in Japan 2023が神奈川県の厚木国際カントリー倶楽部で開催されます。

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