Monday, 09 April 2018 07:19

Investing and Doing Business in the Philippines

Investing and Doing Business in the Philippines Investing and Doing Business in the Philippines

In line with the expansion plan in the Far East, Kelmer Group is sponsoring an exclusive seminar organized by the Italian Chamber of Commerce in the Philippines, that focuses on the investment and business opportunities in the Philippines.

A must-attend event for entrepreneurs and investors who are looking at this growing market as the next step of their internationalization strategy.

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