China has embarked on economic expansion since its market opened up three decades ago, rising to become the world’s second largest economy today. As cross-border deals continue to close between foreign and Chinese companies, it has become a top priority for businesses to capitalize on opportunities and evaluate risk management strategies.
At the seminar, our panelists will discuss key considerations when contracting with Chinese parties and selecting effective dispute resolution mechanisms. Attendees will hear from HKIAC’s Secretary-General on Hong Kong’s role in dispute resolution involving Chinese and foreign parties, and recent trends and developments at HKIAC relevant to such disputes.
- Key considerations when contracting with Chinese parties
- Hong Kong’s role in disputes between Chinese and foreign parties
- Recent trends and developments at HKIAC
- China's Belt and Road Initiative - what it means for US companies
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