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Asia Pacific Business Outlook is the premier conference for business professionals seeking trade or investment opportunities in the Asia Pacific region. APBO particularly offers small and medium size businesses that are new to market tremendous opportunities to develop networks, devise strategies, and update understanding of current economic climate and socio-political trends in the region. Since 1988, the USC Marshall School of Business has produced the APBO Conference with the full support of the U.S. Commercial Service.
Memory, Moment, and Mobility in East Asia: East Asian Languages and Cultures Graduate Student Conference is the first East Asian Studies Graduate Student Conference hosted by the G-SEA (Graduates Studying East Asia) organization at the Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures at the University of Southern California April 11th and 12th, 2015.
In the city where East meets West, the 2015 Woo Conference will draw upon today’s leading thinkers and influential business minds to provide a platform for intellectual exchange, idea generation and networking. The conference will examine the economic ties, growth strategies and investment opportunities across key sectors and explore the future of the U.S. – China relationship.
The Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) brings together a panel of key thought leaders, business executives, and policy makers from the United States and Asia for a discussion on how key economic trends relate to the geostrategic priorities of the dynamic Asia Pacific region. The focus will be on trade, investment, innovation, development and other important business trends across Asia.
The Center for Strategic and International Studies presents a rollout of the results of a study on China’s economic decision-making as well as a stimulating discussion of China’s political economy.
George Washington University presents a roundtable on the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) after the pace of the flagging free trade agreement picked up last Fall. Speakers include Mireya Solís, Shihoko Goto, and Derek Scissors.
Join our speakers from the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach and local, state and federal government agencies and experienced international trade and maritime attorneys as they discuss the current legal and business developments in global trade that are impacting Southern California businesses today. Morning and afternoon keynote speakers and a special Ports’ presentation will be featured and the conference will be followed by a complimentary networking hour.
This event is dedicated to the remarkable career of Professor Emeritus John "Jack" E. Wills, Jr. and the contributions he has made to the academic field in History and to the University of Southern California. Friends, colleagues, and students of Professor Wills will present articles and papers related to his research, leading to a publication in his honor.