Seminar: How to take advantage of ASEAN for Chinese Foreign-Invested Entities

Beijing, China | June 11, 2014

Are You Ready For ASEAN? The emergence of the ASEAN trade bloc is having a significant impact on China and beyond. With demographic and macroeconomic changes in China driving up business costs, the emergence of ASEAN should be taken seriously for businesspeople. ASEAN would be the eighth largest economy in the world when computed as a bloc, with numerous Free Trade Agreements that bind China together with India, ASEAN and the rest of Asia. American Chamber of Commerce Beijing and Dezan Shira & Assocaites are co-hosting this informative presentation on how Chinese foreign-invested entities can take advantage of the rising ASEAN, along with what this means for businesses interested in developing opportunities from China and beyond, with Chris Devonshire-Ellis.

Chris Devonshire-Ellis is the Founder of Dezan Shira & Associates and Chairman of the firms International Board of Equity Partners & Directors.

Established in 1992 and now in its twenty-second year, Dezan Shira & Associates has eleven offices in China, two offices in India, two in Vietnam, one each in Hong Kong, Singapore, liaison offices in Italy, Germany and the United States, and has recently built our Dezan Shira Asian Alliance, with partners in Indonesia, Malaysia, the Phillipines, and Thailand. Dezan Shira & Associates services mid-market multinational clients, specializing in foreign direct investment. This includes advising on legal structures and incorporation procedures, due diligence, financial investment planning, tax planning, country comparisons, and post-incorporation work, such as accounting, tax filing, bookkeeping and audit.  

To register, please visit here.

For more information, please contact: Lavinia Fung, Tel: 010 8519-0844, Email: lfung@amchamchina.org

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Event Info

Jun 11, 2014
Location & Time Beijing, China | June 11, 2014
VENUES American Chamber Conference Room
The Office Park, Tower AB
6th Floor No. 10 Jintongxi Road, Chaoyang District
Beijing, 100020