U.S. – China Business Relations: Implications of a Rising China for U.S. Business
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Tue, Sep. 13
11:30am - 2:00pm
Lunch will be served
Madison Marriott West
1313 John Q Hammons Drive
Middleton, WI 53562
With many recent changes in China, now is the time to update your company’s China strategy.
At the September MITA meeting, you can stay current in your understanding of important factors that impact U.S. – China business relations including: a new U.S. Ambassador to China; the Chinese government’s recent release of a new 5-year plan announcing its support for emerging industries; macroeconomic challenges facing the Chinese economy; and marked growth in foreign acquisitions by Chinese companies. You’ll also hear from a Wisconsin business executive whose company has successfully navigated China’s evolving business landscape over the past decade.
Don’t miss this opportunity to update your company’s China strategy! Join MITA and our University of Wisconsin-Madison co-sponsors on Tuesday, September 13 as we launch our 2011-2012 program year with a luncheon meeting on U.S. – China Business Relations: Implications of a Rising China for U.S. Business.
Prior to the presentations, you will have the chance to participate in informal lunch discussions with recognized experts on:
· Chinese macroeconomic trends
· Intellectual property rights issues in China
· Currency strategies
· Government resources available to help you enter the Chinese market
UW-Madison Center for International Business Education and Research
UW-Madison China Initiative
John Ohnesorge, Chair of UW-Madison China Initiative and Director of East Asian Legal Studies Center, University of Wisconsin Law School
Michael Webb, President and Owner of U-Fuel, Eau Claire, Wisconsin
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