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Training Workshop on Chinese Overseas Investments: Guidelines on Legal and Environmental Risk Management for Chinese Enterprises Operating and Investing Abroad

Release time:2015-10-21

Training Workshop on Chinese Overseas Investment:

Guidelines and Risk Management for Chinese Enterprises Operating and Investing Abroad


November 2015, Beijing


Organizers

University of International Business and Economics (UIBE)

International Fund for China’s Environment (IFCE)

China Association of Small and Medium Enterprises


Speakers

We will invite top experts/specialists from leading institutes/organizations to provide training in this program such as:

·      The MIGA

·      Leading universities/research institutes in China

·      Leading international organizations/NGOs

·      Overseas Chinese Embassies

·      Investment advising groups

·      Senior governmental officials

·      Successful business representatives


Topics

The statistic report from Ministry of Commerce of China shows that the “Going Abroad” enterprises are from all kinds of industrial/commercial sectors. The risks differ due to the diverse investments and industrial features. Overall, the main risks include legislation/regulations, tax, investment policy, market, finance, social, credit, environment, technology and management.  Political barriers, standards barriers, financing models, intellectual property and green barriers become the top difficulties that Chinese enterprises are facing. For most enterprises, political, legal, financial exchange rate, credit, environmental and social risks are the main risk now. The training under development will focus on the social, environmental, legal risk avoidance and how to take the social responsibility when the enterprises are going abroad.


Trainees

Trainees will be leaders of the enterprises in China, which are investing or developing overseas projects.


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