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The Future of Business in China – Open Door Policy vs. Great Firewall
10th April 2019 | 3:00 pm - 5:30 pm
| GCC Office Tianjin
China has pledged to keep its doors wide open to the world, yet the trade war keeps escalating. The government is cutting red tape for foreign businesses, but it’s also making the “Great Firewall” ever more impenetrable. Amid these mixed signals, should foreign businesses be optimistic or cautious about China?
Compliance in accounting, tax and HR belongs to one of the key issues in today’s China business. Furthermore, in the recent years new environmental regulations, which are strictly enforced by officials, are putting the focus on an additional area of compliance in China and often hit international companies unprepared. We will answer which measures should be taken to adapt appropriately to today’s compliance environment in China.
Join us for our interchamber seminar with EU Chamber of Commerce, Tianjin on April 10th. for thought-provoking, practice-oriented discussions that will help you identify “open doors” in the Chinese market, as well as tackle new risks & roadblocks, to ensure growth in uncertain times.
Here you can also find the link to our latest publication“Is China’s Door Closing?”
3:00 – 3:15 PM Registration
3:15 – 4:00 PM Presentation by Mr. Florian Braunsteiner
4:00 – 4:15 PM Break
4:15 – 5:00 PM Presentation by Ms. Silke Neugebohrn
5:00 – 5:30 PM Q&A
Florian’s experience lies in supporting international companies wanting to enter the Chinese market. With a special focus on European SMEs in the medical and plastics industries, Florian is able to develop custom-made solutions for clients, thereby paving their way to success. Having received his Bachelor from the Vienna University of Economics and Business and Masters from the Grenoble Graduate School of Business, Florian is deeply involved in understanding the intricacies of the current business environment in China, as well as international trade agreements and affairs between Asia and Europe.He has experience in international business and working for a consultancy in China and speaks English, German, Chinese, Spanish, and French.
Silke is Client Services Manager in Fiducia’s Corporate Services team in China. Based in Beijing, she advises clients on company incorporations, corporate structuring and restructuring, labour issues, and further legal issues concerning their China investment. Before re-locating to Beijing and joining Fiducia, she worked as an in-house legal counsel for a publicly-owned company in Germany, where she primarily dealt with contract law and regulatory compliance and procurement issues. Silke is a qualified German lawyer, fluent in English and conversational in Mandarin.
Fee: German Chamber Member: RMB 150 | Non-Member: RMB 250
- 10th April 2019
- 3:00 pm - 5:30 pm
- GCC Office Tianjin
- 4108, Tianjin World Finance Center, 2 Dagubei Lu Heping District
Tianjin, 300020 China + Google Map