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Since 2011, numerous high-level Chinese delegations have visited Central European (CE) countries and Chinese leaders have granted preferential loan facilities to promote Chinese investments. What sectors have benefited and what are potential issues and opportunities Chinese investors may face going forward? We'll discuss:
Explore new investment opportunities in CE countries and what they might mean for your organization.
(Tune in to the Putonghua version of this webcast on 5 June at 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM HKT (GMT +8). Please visit Chinese language webcasts page for program details.)
Since South Africa was invited to join China, Russia, India, and Brazil in the BRICS group of emerging economies in 2010, Sino-African economic and trade relationships have deepened, and a renewed partnership between Africa and China suggests even deeper future ties. What are the prospective opportunities driving cross-border investments between China and Africa, and what are potential issues and opportunities investors are likely to face? We'll discuss:
Explore the new investment opportunities in Africa and what they might mean for your organization.
(Tune in to the Putonghua version of this webcast presented on 13 March at 11:00 – 12:00 PM HKT (GMT +8). Please visit Chinese language webcasts page for program details.)
In 2009, Chinese investment into Brazil totaled just US$300 million. One year later, this amount had risen to US$17 billion, heralding the beginning of perhaps one of the most rapidly-developing trade relationships the world has ever seen. Indeed, by 2010, more than 15% of Brazil's total exports were heading across the Pacific Ocean to Chinese ports, while a similar percentage of goods and services were flowing in the opposite direction. We'll discuss:
Learn about the Brazilian M&A market and new perspectives on the deal making outlook.
(Tune in to the Putonghua version of this webcast aired on 12 December. Please visit Chinese language webcasts page for program details.)