point

Beijing event: The new investment landscape in China and abroad

This page illustrates all details about the networking event "The new investment landscape in China and abroad" in Beijing. If you are interested, you can apply via the web link at the bottom of this page.


Beijing Event detail

Organization
SwissCham Beijing, Bencham, BritCham, China-Britain Business Council, China-Italy Chamber of Commerce, SingCham and the Danish Chamber of Commerce in China
Date and time
2012-03-15, 8.00 AM
Location
BEIJING: Renaissance Beijing Capital Hotel. No. 61 Dongsanhuan Middle Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100022 北京富力万丽酒店 中国北京朝阳区东三环中路61号, 编号100022 Tel: 010 5863 8888
Description
SwissCham Beijing, Bencham, BritCham, China-Britain Business Council, China-Italy Chamber of Commerce, SingCham and the Danish Chamber of Commerce in China are delighted to invite you to a breakfast seminar on "The new investment landscape in China and abroad”.

There is growing speculation surrounding the future of foreign direct investment (FDI) in China. But a recent study "Serve The People" by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) suggests that China will continue to attract inward investment owing to the growing strength of its domestic market. Ms. Louise Qian of EIU will speak about the FDI expectations in China.

There are two major themes to watch for FDI into China: One is that FDI into China has become increasingly focused on the services sector, rather than on manufacturing. Secondly, FDI flows will continue to move inland to places such as Chongqing in search of both cheaper labour and faster-growing markets.

In this seminar we will not only talk about FDI, but also about Chinese Overseas Direct Investment (ODI). The A CAPITAL DRAGON INDEX has been launched to serve as the reference indicator of Chinese ODI and tracks the globalization rate of the Chinese economy since WTO accession in 2001. It will be published quarterly by A CAPITAL.

Speaker
Ms. Louise Qian of the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) will speak about the FDI expectations in China.
Mr. André Loesekrug-Pietri will tell more about the findings with the A Capital Dragon Index. The Dragon Index measures the growth rate of Chinese ODI stock relative to GDP and tracks Chinese ODI aggregated by type of investment (minority/majority), by type of investor (SOE/Private), by region of the world and by main reason for investment (resources/technology/brand/market access).
Official link
http://www.swisscham.org/bei/events/details.php?id=656


Log-in!
FOODragon - Chinese food appZurichConocoPhilipsSpraying PepsicoIBMMichael Page InternationalThomsonAccentureDSMAppDealio - Free app deals!Shanghai Volkswagen