The New Reality of Doing Business In and With China
As the world’s largest economic superpowers, the U.S. and China often have very different perspectives when it comes to doing business both at home and abroad. However, the two countries are consistently the other’s largest trading partner and have historically always shared a significant business relationship. This May, the USHCA will partner with the World Affairs Council of St. Louis again to explore the New Reality of Doing Business in and with China.
This event will feature special panelists Liza Mark, who is an Administrative Partner and the Chief Representative for the Shanghai Office of Haynes and Boone, LLP, and USHCA board member; Diane Long, Advisor at Xanadu Enterprise Ltd., past chairman and governor of AmCham Shanghai, and USHCA member; as well as Peter B. Walker, author of “Powerful, Different, Equal: Overcoming the Misconceptions and Differences Between China and the US” and former partner at McKinsey and Company. To learn more about Peter’s book and where to buy it, please click here https://peterbwalker.net/book/