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Hublot Synthesis Sino-Swiss Limited Edition

Monday, August 4th, 2014

Yes, there’s today the state watch actually for bilateral trade documents. The 2014 Sino- Economic Forum, aimed at boosting Sino- Swiss bilateral trade assistance and increasing sustainable and competitiveness growth involving the two places, has exposed in Beijing.

Whilst the Swiss watch brand, Hublot has been chosen in light with this to release The Official View paying homage to the new financial cooperation and bilateral relationships between Europe and China.

Jean-Claude Biver, Chairman of Hublot and Leader of LVMH Team, Watches Team, was present in the event and was registered by the Ambassador of Switzerland in China Jean-Jacques de Dardel, State Assistant for Economic Affairs of Swiss Confederation Marie-Gabrielle Ineichen-Fleisch, together with visitors from your Sino-Swiss enterprise area, academia and government organizations.

The Swiss conventional highend watchmaking business will be the mainstay of the “Swiss-made” history. With all the Sino- FTA currently inplace, both nations have unparalleled options in trade and financial assistance benefitting the watch industry.

“…China is one of the most significant areas for Hublot. In my opinion that the Sino- FTA will give you a big possibility to us and Hublot may exhibit better power under a far market atmosphere that is more available, equal, matured and mutually beneficial.”

Jean claude Biver, Chairman of Leader and Hublot of the Party, Watches Split.

Hublot offered the Common Combination Sino- a Classic Blend event of satin and 45mm length, FTA Limited-Edition -finished face. The chronograph dials are observed at 3 o’clock and 9 o’clock featuring Chinese flags. The caseback is engraved with ” Sino – Swiss FTA takes effect” and “September 1st, 2014”, symbolising the historic moment. The watch happens a black rubber strap with alligator with red stitching representing the national colour that is Asian.

The Master Silver variation (added-precious red gold comprising 5% jewelry) is limited to 20 pieces while the titanium is restricted to 30 pieces.