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MCN: Dr. Kämpny succeeds Richter

HAMBURG. Change in state representation on the board of the Maritime Cluster Northern Germany (MCN): Andreas Richter, Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, Department of Economics and Innovation, was followed at the beginning of January by Dr. Niels Kämpny from the Ministry for Economic Affairs, Labour, Transport and Digitalisation of Lower Saxony. With this change, the federal state of Lower Saxony took over the annually changing representation of the five coastal federal states on the MCN board for 2021 as well as the chairmanship of the state coordination body.

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