New Zealand Embassy Tokyo, Japan

Breakfast with the Hon Bill English, NZ Deputy Prime Minister

Hon Bill English, NZ Deputy Prime Minister

Don’t miss the opportunity to hear from the Deputy Prime Minister of New Zealand, Mr Bill English. Mr English will deliver a speech entitled ‘New Zealand and North Asia: Future Opportunities.’

Date & Time: Friday 5 November 2010, 8:00 – 9:00AM (Registration from 7:30AM)

Location: Imperial Hotel (Map)

Cost: 5,500 yen Members / 7,500 yen Non-Members

Speaker: Bill English, NZ Deputy Prime Minister

The speech will cover the following topics:

· positioning the NZ economy to take advantage of Asian growth

· New Zealand's approach to building faster economic growth through savings, investment and exports

· the importance of APEC and other regional economic integration

Speaker: Bill English, Deputy Prime Minister
Minister of Finance
Minister for Infrastructure

Constituency: MP for Clutha-Southland (first elected 1990)

Current parliamentary roles:
Deputy Leader (November 2006)
Deputy Prime Minister (November 2008)
Minister of Finance (November 2008)
Minister for Infrastructure (November 2008)


Reservations can now be made online at
Reservations will also be accepted by email to

Please register: Name, Company, Tel, Email, number attending

RSVPs close: Thursday 21 October 2010 (late registrations accepted)

No shows and cancellations after this date will be invoiced

Please remit payments by COB Thursday 21 October to:

Mitsui Sumitomo Bank: Akasaka Branch

Ordinary Account 7923681: Account Name: ANZCCJ Events


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