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Doing Business in China for Netanya Academic College MBA Program

APR
28
2015

On April 28th, the Beijing office of Dezan Shira & Associates will host MBA students from Netanya Academic College for a briefing on doing business in China.

Angela Ma and Kyle Freeman from International Business Advisory team will provide a broad perspective on doing business in China and cover strategic pre-entry considerations, legal structures available to foreign investors in China, China's tax regime and common pitfalls and operational issues faced by foreign-invested companies in China.

Organizer: 

Dezan Shira & Associates is a specialist foreign direct investment practice with a pan-Asian presence. Since its establishment in 1992, the firm has grown into one of Asia's most versatile full-service consultancies with operational offices across China, Hong Kong, India, Singapore and Vietnam, Dezan Shira Asian Alliance member-firms in Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines and Thailand, as well as liaison offices in the United States, Italy and Germany. 

Netanya Academic College is a member of a small, prestigious group of colleges that have been accredited by The Council for Higher Education in Israel, and accredited by the Government of Israel as an institution for higher education. The College boasts a highly regarded teaching staff, composed of lecturers renowned for their expertise and academic credentials, who have taught and conducted research at the finest universities both in Israel and abroad.   

Beijing, China | April 28, 2015
Suite 701, East Tower, LG Twin Towers, B-12 Jianguomenwai Avenue, Chaoyang District, Beijing,100022
北京市朝阳市建国门外大街乙12号双子座大厦东塔701室100022

Speaker:

  • Kyle Freeman

    Country of Origin: United States
    Title: Manager
    Department: International Business Advisory
    Office: Beijing Office

  • Angela Ma , Alumna

    Country of Origin: China
    Title: Senior Associate
    Department: International Business Advisory
    Office: Beijing Office

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