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Export Promotion in South Africa - Day 2

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PROGRAMME FOR BUSINESS PROMOTIONAL CAMPAIGN IN SOUTH AFRICA

HRH The Crown Prince participates in a business promotional campaign in South Africa 2-4 November 2015.
The Crown Prince will lead a business delegation with nearly 50 companies to South Africa, which is the largest export market for Denmark in Africa. The Crown Prince will be accompanied by environment and food minister Eva Kjer Hansen and business and growth minister Troels Lund Poulsen.
South Africa is the 33rd largest economy in the world. At the same time, the country is challenged in a number of areas in which Danish companies are strong. Those strengths revolve around the green sector, from which Danish know-how and services can offer solutions, as well as agriculture and food products.
The business campaign will focus on energy (sustainable energy and energy efficiency), water and environment (integrated water solutions, technology) and also agriculture and food products (crops, machinery, biomass, livestock and food products).
DAY 2
Tuesday, 3 November

Johannesburg

Visit at Tsitsikamma wind farm
09.00

The Crown Prince visits the Tsitsikamma wind farm, which was established by Vestas in cooperation with Cennergi. During the visit, The Crown Prince will be shown around the wind farm, which is partly owned by the Mfengu people, on whose land the farm is built.

Cape Town

Visit at Woolworth’s flagship shop in Waterstone
14.30

The Crown Prince pays a visit at the exclusive supermarket chain Woolworth’s. During the visit, The Crown Prince will be shown around in the section that recently won an honour for being the best supermarket department in South Africa.

Grand dinner
18.45

The Crown Prince takes part in a dinner with, among others, business people, local partners, and local authorities. Denmark’s ambassador to South Africa hosts the dinner.

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Visit at Tsitsikamma wind farm
09.00

The Crown Prince visits the Tsitsikamma wind farm, which was established by Vestas in cooperation with Cennergi. During the visit, The Crown Prince will be shown around the wind farm, which is partly owned by the Mfengu people, on whose land the farm is built.

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Cape Town

Visit at Woolworth’s flagship shop in Waterstone
14.30

The Crown Prince pays a visit at the exclusive supermarket chain Woolworth’s. During the visit, The Crown Prince will be shown around in the section that recently won an honour for being the best supermarket department in South Africa.

"The Crown Prince arrived in Cape Town. Visiting Wollies with agricultural sector of the trade delegation

and the Minister for Business and Growth. Very happy to see Lurpak on the shelves"

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Grand dinner
18.45

The Crown Prince takes part in a dinner with, among others, business people, local partners, and local authorities. Denmark’s ambassador to South Africa hosts the dinner.

https://scontent.cdninstagram.com/hphotos-xfp1/t51.2885-15/e15/11906109_1501989080129270_1417606118_n.jpg

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Thanks for the effort you put in to find photos and info mls. There is not a lot of press coverage.

It's very disappointing, that the Danish press has no interest in covering Frederik's work.

He seems to get into the press only when he attends sporting events.

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