CARSON CITY – Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval, on a trade mission to China and South Korea, said business agreements have been reached for two Nevada companies to expand their reach to Asia.
Sandoval on Saturday said Las Vegas-based Tate Snyder Kimsey Architects signed a two-year contract with Shenzhen Investment Holdings Co. for design of a business campus near Hong Kong. The joint venture is valued at around $500,000.
In another deal, the governor said a distribution agreement will allow Reno-based confectioner Kimmie Candy to enter the Chinese candy market.
Additionally, DRI President Dr. Stephen Wells signed a memorandum of understanding with Chinese Academy of Science’s Institute of Earth Environment to collaborate on atmospheric research.