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How Will China’s Massive Projects Impact California Business?

The Chinese Belt and Road Initiative is changing life forever in less developed countries throughout the world. Will it trap countries in overwhelming debt, or allow them to participate in globalized trade with modern amenities? How will this massive project impact on California business? 

November 15, 2019 11:30am to 1:30pm

Experts will share their perspectives at the LBQA Annual Luncheon, including Chinese Consul General Zhang Ping; Long Beach Vice-Mayor Dee Andrews; Port of Long Beach Executive Director Mario Cordero; USC’s Clayton Dube, Director of the USC US-China Institute, USC’s Gould School of Law Brian Peck, international law and trade attorney.  

Thanks to our Dragon Luncheon Sponsor: Port of Long Beach

Admission: $40/person; $300/table of eight; $20/student. 
Location: Executive Dining Room of Keesal, Young & Logan; 400 Oceangate, Long Beach, California 90802 (“Union Bank” building); validated parking from REAR of building on Seaside Way.


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