Doing Business in China - Navigating the Risks and Opportunities of the Chinese Market
October 16, 2006
Doing business in China, one of the world's most dynamic countries, can be an overwhelming endeavor for many U.S.-based businesses. Positioning your company for success while simultaneously managing the significant risks that come with investing in, sourcing from, or selling to China is essential in this important market. Crowell and Moring, C&M International and the American University International Business Association invite you to join us on October 16th for two expert panel discussions on how to navigate the Chinese market (how to form joint-ventures, protect intellectual property, and market products in China, etc.) and how to understand the political and economic forces that shape U.S.-China relations and impact how U.S. businesses operate in China. Our two panel discussions will feature Fortune 500 executives, senior government officials from the Office of the United States Trade Representative and the Department of Commerce, top Crowell attorneys and distinguished academics. Following the panel discussion, a keynote address will be delivered by John Frisbie, President of the U.S.-China Business Council.
Crowell & Moring International (CMI) will be co-hosting this event with American University’s Kogod School of Business. Following a panel discussion, there will be a networking reception.