Financing Business Activities in China: Putting Money In & Getting Money Out

11/17/2005

Corporate

Palo Alto, CA

Michael G. O'Bryan

Michael G. O'Bryan

Speaking Engagement

Foreign investment is rising substantially in China's fast-growing economy.  In 2004, U.S. companies invested nearly $4 billion in China. If you have business in China or are about to enter the China market, or want to find out more about the know-how, please join our luncheon on November 17, 2005.  Bankers, lawyers and entrepreneurs will share their firsthand experience on:

  • What are the tools and channels for U.S. businesses investing in
    China? 
  • How to get financing for business needs in China? 
  • How do you structure your investment so that you have the flexibility to get your return on your investments? 
  • One of three deals may go into dispute in China, how should you protect your business up front?
  • What are the exit strategies?

This event is being sponsored by SABA. For more information, please see their website.

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