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Board of Investments

A generic term for a government agency responsible for managing a government's assets, attempting to attract investment to the country or region and/or regulating investment.
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He directed that in the next meeting, attendance of commercial attaches in Hong Kong, the higher officials of foreign ministry, interior ministry and boards of investment from all provinces should be ensured.
Cornelius Grau, Degree in Business Administration, date of birth 8/19/1955 in Hamburg, since 1990 built up his own corporate group for real estates and corporate holdings, member of several supervisory and advisory boards of investment companies.