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China-specific business experts available at workshop for exporters

Published by Stephanie Brooks on June 07, 2012

In a global business context highly reliant on the actions of countries like China, the Canada China Business Council (CCBC)’s workshop comes at an integral time for Canadian manufacturers and exporters.

Doing Business in China 2.0: Workshop for companies looking beyond exporting to China will be held on Friday, June 22, 2012 in Toronto, offering Canadian companies critical information on doing business in China.

Whether interested in using China to become more competitive, understanding how to undergo joint ventures with Chinese partners, how to open an office in China or conclude a licensing agreement for your technology, the right experts will be at your disposal.

The day will start with a workshop, following by a networking lunch and roundtables with experts on China-specific issues.

Content includes:

  • Business structures and set-ups in China, their regulations and benefits
  • Banking and currency transactions in RMB and the impact of new regulations
  • Quality management, sourcing practices & solutions
  • Human resource environment and best practices
  • IP protection, contracts, dispute resolutions & legal issues
  • How the Canadian Trade Commissioner Service can contribute to your success in China

The sessions are aimed at businesses considering how to increase their commercial presence in the Chinese market.

For more information including the agenda and guest speaker bios, or to register, please click here.

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