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Chinese firm's 10,000 executives to visit Incheon on cruise ship

All News 16:54 June 10, 2016

INCHEON, June 10 (Yonhap) -- Longrich Group, a Chinese cosmetics and health food distributor, signed a business pact with the Incheon regional government on Friday to hold an inhouse conference for the Chinese firm's 10,000 executives in the coastal city of Incheon, west of Seoul, in October, local officials said.

The executives of the company based in China's Jiangsu Province are scheduled to arrive at a port in Incheon aboard two vessels of the Quantum of the Seas, the largest cruise ship plying Northeast Asia, on Oct. 11, for the conference that will celebrate the 30th anniversary of its founding.

Under the pact, Longrich also agreed to hold its conferences involving a total of 30,000 executives in the South Korean city in the coming three years.

In March, 6,000 employees from Aolan International Beauty Group, a cosmetics and health supplements company based in China's southern province of Guangzhou, came for a week-long tour, followed by another 4,200 from a Shanghai-based financial group who visited in April.


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