Dec

    The U.S. Competitive Response to the BRI - Pushback or Too Little, Too Late? (China's BRI Symposium - Part 4)

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    Part 4 of the China's BRI Symposium looks to develop an understanding of the current status competitive response or pushback by the U.S. to China’s BRI on a global scale.

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    There are a number of complex, legal moves that the U.S. has made over the last 2 years which lawyers in international practice need to be familiar with.

    • Is there a strategy?
    • What is the U.S. currently doing to offer a competitive response to China’s Belt & Road Initiative and its Digital Silk Road component?
    • What additional steps can the U.S. take to improve its competitiveness with China among the BRI countries?
    • What are the risks and what advice should you consider providing to those clients electing to participate in the BRI?

    Moderator:

    Wade Weems, Esq, Partner with Kobre & Kim (Shanghai, China)

    Speakers: (partial list committed to date)

    Paul B. Edelberg, Partner at Fox Rothschild LLP, New York City, former Co-Chair Central/East Asia & China Committee and a member of the Belt & Road Task Force.

    William Oberlin,  former senior aerospace executive for Boeing and President of Boeing, Northeast Asia and Chairman of AMCHAM, South Korea.

    Scott Blacklin, former Vice President – Emerging Markets, Public Sector , Cisco Systems, Inc. and currently working with a consortium of U.S. tech firms in competition with Huawei and other PRC tech firms in BRI developing countries.


     

    Event Details

    Duration

    90

    Format

    Web

    Date

    Dec 17, 2020

    2020-12-17T13:00:00-05:00 2020-12-17T14:30:00-05:00 The U.S. Competitive Response to the BRI - Pushback or Too Little, Too Late? (China's BRI Symposium - Part 4)

    Part 4 of the China's BRI Symposium looks to develop an understanding of the current status competitive response or pushback by the U.S. to China’s BRI on a global scale.

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