Singapore stated in March 17th and 18th EU GATEWAY BOTH 28
The meeting will be at Suntec Singapore, very close to the hotel JW Marriott Hotel Singapore South Beach.
Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre, 1 Raffles Boulevard, Singapore 039593
EU GATEWAY BOTH 28
On March 17th and 18th We will be present with EU Gateway at JW MARRIOT SOUTH BEACH (address: 30 Beach Road, Nicoll Highway, Access via, Singapore 189763) where are stated to take place all the meetings within the mission program of European Union.
If you are interested to meet us in these days. We should be free from EU Gateway mandatory events as follows:
Suntec Singapore, very close to the hotel)
In case you are interested, please let us know your preference so we will book a meeting for you.
In other case we are present from Mar.20th to 22nd in Manila too.
If you are going to visit fair Water Technologies 2019 in Manila, Philippines we will have all time to meet there, the exhibition is stated to take place at SMX Convention Center, Pasay, from Mar.20th to 22nd.
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Environment & Water Technologies Business Mission to Singapore and Philippines
Most human activities that use water, produce wastewater. As the overall demand for water grows, the amount of wastewater produced is continuously increasing worldwide.
In Asia, as the population and economies grow, the supply of clean water and the quality of water are ever increasingly important issues.
The EU has some of the highest environmental standards and policies that protect our natural habitat, keep air and water clean, ensure proper waste disposal, improve knowledge about toxic chemicals and help businesses move toward a sustainable economy.
The Environment and Water Technologies business mission will take European companies to Singapore for one-to-one business meetings with local partners before traveling to Manila, Philippines to participate in Water Philippines from 20 – 22 March 2019.
Dates: 17 – 18 March 2019
Venue: Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre, 1 Raffles Boulevard, Singapore 039593
Room: Summit 1, Level 3
Dates: 20 – 22 March 2019
Venue: SMX Convention Centre, Pasay City, Metro Manila, Philippines
About the meeting inside EU Gateway:
Future of trade looks prosperous for the EU and Singapore: jump onboard with EU Gateway | Business Avenues
The European Parliament approved the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with Singapore on 13 February 2019, marking an important step towards its entry into force. Not only the FTA will boost economic relations with Singapore, but it will also lead to a stronger presence of the EU in the expanding South East Asian market.
“This is the European Union’s first bilateral trade agreement with a Southeast Asian country, a building block towards a closer relationship between Europe and one of the most dynamic regions in the world.” Jean-Claude Juncker, President of the European Commission.
“We hope it will also lead to an EU-Asean FTA and promote cooperation between both regions“. Lee Hsien Loong, Singapore Prime Minister
Singapore is the EU’s largest trading partner in the region, and there are over 10,000 European companies in the Lion City. In 2017 the annual EU-Singapore trade in goods & services surpassed the symbolic €100 billion landmark, and the future looks prosperous.
Thanks to the FTA, all remaining tariffs on EU products in Singapore will soon be removed, and new business opportunities will be created for European firms in sectors such as telecommunications, computing, and environment.
“We need agreements like these more than ever. They will help Europe and Singapore to prosper, boosting our trade and strengthening an already essential relationship.” Cecilia Malmström, Commissioner for Trade
“Singapore and EU companies […] can look forward to significant benefits from the reduction of tariff and non-tariff barriers“. S. Iswaran, Singapore Minister in charge of Trade Relations
The EU-Singapore FTA yields significant benefits for businesses by:
- Increasing market access.
- Reducing technical barriers to trade.
- Removing obstacles to trade in green technologies.