Presentation at LSE’s China Week

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The China Development Society at the London School of Economics will be holding its annual “China Week” from 26 February to 2 March.

Alongside a variety of other events, I (this is me) will be delivering a presentation (building on a recent theme) on 2 March, entitled “Two Faces for China FDI”.

    Two Faces for China FDI

    Date: Friday 2 March 2007
    Time: 2 – 3pm
    Venue: G108, 20 Kingsway, London
    Speaker: Mr Jeremy Gordon, CEO of China Business Service
    A fundamental re-evaluation by Beijing of the role of foreign investment (and “malicious acquisitions”) in China has resulted in a series of policy developments over the past year, ranging from M&A and tax to unionization and corporate social responsibility. Jeremy Gordon, Chief Executive of China Business Services and author of the China Business Blog, will explore the implications of these moves for foreign firms.

The events are open to all. For more information follow the link.

One Response to “Presentation at LSE’s China Week”

  1. | China Business Blog Says:

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