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2018 marks the fifth anniversary since the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), aimed to be fulfilled with enormous investment in infrastructure, communication, global trade and supply chain, was initiated in 2013. Trade and investment along this modern-day Silk Road are booming; rising investment in regional connectivity along the Belt and Road are becoming particularly relevant in an environment of US-China trade tensions and potential resulting shifts in the global supply chain. With the impact of US-China trade frictions blowing to U.S. companies has already been "clear and far reaching", we hope that this B&R workshop may shed some light on prospects for containing the situation and provide promising insights.


AmCham China Financial Services Forum and Commercial Section at the US Embassy in Beijing cordially invite you to the Belt and Road Workshop – A Different Perspective Under US-China Trade Tensions on Nov 26. We observe the latest achievement on the BRI (Belt and Road initiative) and provide an on-the-ground perspective from experts to forecast and get ready for fast-changing global trend, including the trade tensions. We would like to highlight;


  • The potential resulting shifts in the global supply chain in terms of BRI and US tensions.
  • How to keep international business posted with most up-to-date progresses of the B&R. initiative and its new opportunities.
  • Forecast and share the updated information from experts
  • How to expand investment along the Belt and Road.

Agenda

2 PM

30 mins

Registration

2:30 PM

5 mins

Update on the American OBOR Working Group and AmCham China Financial Services Forum

2:35 PM

30 mins

Presentation by Center for China and Globalization

3:05 PM

20 mins

Presentation by Asian Financial Cooperation Association

3:25 PM

30 mins

Belt & Road – Making its Presence Felt

3:55 PM

4:25 PM

Q&A and Open Discussion

Speakers

  • Keenton Chiang (First Secretary for Commercial Affairs at Embassy of the United States of America in Beijing, China)

    Keenton Chiang

    First Secretary for Commercial Affairs at Embassy of the United States of America in Beijing, China

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  • Kelvin Lau (Senior Economist, Greater China at Standard Chartered Bank (HK) Limited)

    Kelvin Lau

    Senior Economist, Greater China at Standard Chartered Bank (HK) Limited

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  • Beijie Tang (Deputy Secretary-General at Center for China and Globalization)

    Beijie Tang

    Deputy Secretary-General at Center for China and Globalization

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  • Xianfeng Zhao (Deputy Secretary-General at Asian Financial Cooperation Association)

    Xianfeng Zhao

    Deputy Secretary-General at Asian Financial Cooperation Association

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RMB 550
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Standard Price RMB 150
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