Belt & Road Plus: Global Lawyers Gather for GLA 2017

source:ENGLA   time:2017-11-24 05:35:47
On November 20, 2017, the Grand Opening of the Annual Conference of GLA took place in Paphos, Cyprus. The lawyers and the entrepreneurs all over the world attended the Conference.  
The theme of the Conference is: “Belt & Road Plus: Legal Professional Services Society” which is  meant to explore the new approach that promotes the societal development by the knowledge of the legal profession under the background of the Belt & Road along with the new topic of the cooperation between the members.
At the beginning of the Conference, Mr. Moses Cheng Mo-chi, Chairman of Hong Kong Insurance Regulatory Commission, gave the Welcome Speech,expressing his welcome and gratitude towards all the attendees.

Then, Mr. Yaping Wang, the Commercial Counselor of P. R. China in Cyprus, on behalf of the Chinese Embassy in Cyprus, showcased his support and recognition of the Conference, and expressed his wish of the complete success of the Conference.

Afterwards, Mr. Wen Chen, Co-Chair of GLA and founder of Beijing Zhonglun W&D Law Firm, made a speech too, elaborating how GLA is associated with the Belt & Road.
Afterwards, Jeremy Kleinfeld, Vice Chairman of GLA and partner of DKLM, gave the keynote speech with regard to the Belt & Road.  

The Conference lasted two days. On November 20, the lawyers and the entrepreneurs from different countries made their professional speeches with regard to different business areas, and communicated with other guests on business. On November 21, the VIP guests conducted group discussions with regard to the areas related to various professional committees. The Annual Conference of GLA was constructive and fruitful which will further promote the close contact and cooperation between its members.

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