Chilean Ambassadors Highlight Partnership Opportunities at CalChamber Luncheon As a global leader in multiple areas, California can provide Chile with opportunities for innovation, education and economic growth, Ambassador Fernando Schmidt, Chile’s undersecretary for foreign affairs, told guests at the California Chamber of Commerce International Luncheon yesterday. - CalChamber, April 15, 2011
Mexican Consulate celebrates new office in Natomas Mexico's ambassador to the United States, Arturo Sarukhan, presided over the official grand opening of new consular offices in Sacramento. Tuesday's ceremony and reception for approximately 700 invited guests celebrated the first time in its 69-year presence in Sacramento that the Mexican government has owned its own building. - Sacramento Bee, April 28, 2011
Hungarian Ambassador Visits CalChamber Hungarian Ambassador Gyorgy Szapary visited the CalChamber offices on his first visit to Sacramento. He met with Allan Zaremberg, CalChamber President & CEO and Mrs. Susanne Stirling, CalChamber’s Vice President for International Affairs. Hungary serves as President of the European Union for the first half of 2011. - CalChamber, April 29, 2011
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