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Date: 13/04/2011 - 13/04/2011
Where: Brussels
Type: FCCC events
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The Flanders-China Chamber of Commerce (FCCC) and Jones Day are pleased to invite you to a conference on “Legal hurdles and solutions in doing business in China”.  Highly experienced attorneys from Jones Day’s Shanghai and Beijing offices will share their insides in assisting companies in investing and selling into China. 

The conference will take place at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, 13 April 2011 at Jones Day’s Brussels office, Brand Whitlocklaan 165, 1200 Brussels. 

The Programme is as follows: 

9.30 a.m.:     Registration
9.55 a.m.:     Introduction by Mrs Gwenn Sonck, Executive Director, 
                    Flanders-China Chamber of Commerce 
10.00 a.m.:   “Strategies and new regulations in M&A - corporate pitfalls when 
                    doing business in China”, H. John Kao, Partner-in-charge, Jones Day Beijing 
                    and Sebastien Evrard, Partner, Jones Day Beijing
10.45 a.m.:   “How to avoid losing IP and reduce IP risks when outsourcing to China”, 
                    Tony Chen, Partner, Jones Day Shanghai
11.30 a.m:     Question and answer session
12.00 p.m.:    Sandwiches and networking

The FCCC has recently compiled a series of interviews with managers from our companies in China, focusing on the experiences they have gained.  The managers’ stories show that it is possible to run a successful business in what is arguably the most competitive market in the world.  Participants will also receive a copy of the publication FCCC Members’ Portraits. 

If you wish to attend the conference, please register before 8 April 2011.

We look forward to seeing you there! 

Best regards, 

Gwenn Sonck                                                                    Bert De Graeve   

Executive Director                                                             Chairman