Posted 17 September 2009
Harper Adams University College held its second training course for Chinese government officials and industry executives from China's agri-food sector.
The training courses are organised in conjunction with the Agriculture Trade Promotion Council of China's Ministry of Agriculture.
Professor Brian J Revell, Dean of External Liaison at Harper Adams said: "Short courses such as this, organised for the Chinese Ministry of Agriculture, not only underline our commitment to working in China, but also complement our undergraduate joint degree programmes with Beijing University of Agriculture in International Business Management and Food Quality and Retail Management.
"They can also provide valuable contacts for our Chinese graduates and postgraduates when they return to China's employment market."
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