Date: Tue,19 July2022
Time: 11:45am registration for 12:00pm – 2:00pm AEST
Venue: Edinburgh Room, Brisbane Club (241 Adelaide St, Brisbane City , 4000）
Preferred Dress: Men -Lounge Suit (Tie optional all areas)
Women – day dress, pant suit, tailored trousers/skirt & blouse
A light lunch and beverages will also be provided.
China remains Australia’s largest two-way trading partner and is predicted to become the world’s largest economy by 2028.
As companies continue to navigate the China market, it is timely to look at what is happening of the regulatory and policy front and unpack what this means for those doing business in China.
We will be joined by Dr Carl Hinze, Partner in Holding Redlich’s Corporate and Commercial Group and the National Head of Holding Redlich’s China Practice, and Brodie Paul, Partnerships Director at China Policy, who will discuss the road ahead in terms of engaging with China. The session will be moderated by Julie-Anne Nichols, Queensland’s Senior Trade and Investment Commissioner China.
Key discussion points include:
– Recent regulatory and policy changes in China and the impacts on doing business
– Unpacking recurring themes in the China’s policy landscape: Indigenous Innovation, Common Prosperity and Dual Circulation
– The rise of Clean Energy and Digitisation, Technology and Innovation
– What you need to know: IP Law, Data Security and Personal Information Protection Laws
– Navigating the China market
– Tickets are non-refundable but transferable to a colleague.
– If you have registered for this event and begin to feel unwell, or have been in contact with a confirmed COVID-19 case please do not attend and call our team at (07 ) 3835 4765 or email email@example.com.
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