Netherlands Embassy in Seoul South Korea
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The Korean economy is the 12th largest economy in the world, when classified according to purchasing power parity (PPP). Important sectors for Korea are semiconductors, electronics, cars, shipbuilding and steel.
Both Korea and the Netherlands are looking abroad for further progress. The S&T-office can help you to find the answer to your technology question about either the Netherlands or Korea.
The Agricultural Department represents the Netherlands Ministry of Economic Affairs in Korea and Taiwan, in the fields of agriculture, nature and food quality.
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Information for Korean nationals
January 12, 2015 The President of the Eurogroup Mr. Jeroen Dijsselbloem will visit Seoul, Korea, on Wednesday 14 and Thursday 15 January 2015. During his visit he will meet high-level government and private sector officials/representatives, the EU Ambassador to Korea, investors, economists, and representatives of EU chambers of commerce in Korea. On Thursday from 7.30-9.00 President Dijsselbloem will deliver a public lecture at the Institute for Global Economics, where he will give his view on growth and economic developments in the Eurozone.
December 15, 2014 The Dutch Community in Korea donated KRW 10 million to the Thomas House in Yeongdeungpo, Seoul on December 12th. The Thomas House provides free luncheon to about 500 underprivileged people since 1993. About 20 volunteers from the Catholic church, companies and civic groups are providing assistance to the Thomas House.