We remember Michael Parks, who covered China for the Baltimore Sun and as the Bureau Chief for the Los Angeles Times.
China Global Conference 2007
A two-day conference presented by the Asia Pacific - USA Chamber of Commerce.
Highlights of the conference will include:
• Keynote addresses by 15 world-renowned authorities on China trade, including
leading Chinese economists Yushi Mao and Min Tang.
• One-on-one meeting with the owners of Chinese companies with sales of $25
million to $350 million, who are looking to partner with American firms to do
business both in China and in the United States.
• Briefings on issues affecting US-China business.
Other scheduled speakers include senior executives of the Chinese divisions of Chrysler,
Siemens and Ogilvy Public Relations, as well as senior executives of one of China’s
largest oil companies, a leading newspaper, a healthcare company and others.
The Conference will include sessions on Chinese economics, business, politics,
manufacturing, outsourcing and supply chain management, and will present opportunities
in China in the environmental, telecommunications and media sectors.
Running in conjunction with the 2007 China Global Conference is “Chang Zhou Meets
Los Angeles 2007”, a 110-member trade delegation led by Mr. Wang Weicheng, mayor
of Chang Zhou. The city, in the heart of China’s explosively-growing Jiangsu province
and a short drive from Shanghai, has tripled in population in the last three years.
Companies participating in the delegation are actively seeking U.S. investment, partners
and distribution channels.
Delegates will showcase projects that are available for equity investment or joint venture
opportunities. Projects are pre-screened, based on industry focus and potential for success,
and are designed for small to mid-sized American companies and investment banking
firms looking to invest in projects in China, as well as for American companies looking
for joint venture partners in China.
For information and registration, visit www.GatewayToChina.US, or call 626-795.9486.
About The Asia Pacific - USA Chamber of Commerce
The Asia Pacific - USA Chamber of Commerce (APUCC) is a non-political organization
with offices in Pasadena, Calif., and Shanghai, China. It’s goal is to promote free trade
and economic development between the United States and China. The APUCC facilitates
multinational networking to help members understand and successfully compete in the
US-China marketplace, through high quality conferences, trade missions and other