Beijing China Operations Conference 2018
Save The Date: Early Bird Discount until May 17th
The US-China Business Council (USCBC) is pleased to invite you to its spring conference on China Operations. Held in Beijing once a year, this not-to-be-missed conference will bring together a range of business and policy experts to discuss important new operating and policy developments affecting business in China. The event will also provide a valuable opportunity to network with executives from USCBC member companies.
An early bird registration discount is available until May 17th, and groups of three or more can receive a discount.
Topics will include:
- US-China Relations – The View from DC: As trade tensions rise, the US-China relationship has become a point of increasing interest for companies. Tariffs from the US and China have had a substantial impact on some sectors, and further trade actions may require a nimble response from multinational companies. Our experienced panel will offer insights into the regulatory and business environment in Washington D.C., as well as advice on navigating future trade developments.
- Belt & Road Initiative: Senior Executive Panel– 2017 and early 2018 have seen important developments in the Belt and Road Initiative, both from a regulatory and a business point of view. A number of foreign companies have secured valuable contracts to participate in the initiative, working alongside Chinese private sector and government partners. In this senior executive panel, business leaders from diverse industries will share insights on how companies can best position themselves to participate in the Belt and Road Initiative.
- China’s Corporate Tax Reform: In an effort to “activate the market and boost people’s creativity,” said Premier Li Keqiang, “We will further alleviate companies’ tax burdens.” China’s new tax-regime—coupled with tax reform in the United States— will have wide-ranging implications for multinational corporations. Tax experts from USCBC member companies will discuss key insights and best practices under the new tax regime.
- SOE Reform: In an effort to eliminate overcapacity and manage debt, the Chinese government has implemented an ambitious plan to reform its State-owned enterprises. The reforms have involved reorganizations, mergers, shutdowns, and the relocation of workers. Our expert panel will evaluate the progress of SOE reform thus far and offer insights into its implications for the business and regulatory environment in China.
8:00-8:30 am | Registration & Coffee
8:30 am-3:15 pm | Conference program (including lunch)
Early registration (on or before May 17)
Individual: RMB 3,800 online or cash in advance | Group of 3+: RMB 3,400 online or cash in advance*
Regular registration (after May 17)
Individual: RMB 4,400 per person – online or cash in advance | Group of 3+: RMB 4,000 per person online or cash in advance*
*Please email to [email protected] for group of 3+ discount code before payment.
This event is for members and invited guests of USCBC only. Registration is required. Please register online or submit the form below by fax or mail with payment. Cancellations for refunds must be received in writing by before 5:00 pm on Thursday, June 14, or registrant will be charged. No-shows will be billed.