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Doing Business in China; A Role for Oregon Companies 5/20 event

As the recent reshuffle of global finance and the changes it will bring to business come more into focus, there is little doubt that trade between US and China will continue to shape the political and economic landscape.  Oregon is poised, both geographically and strategically, to play an important role in this relationship.  What does trade with China mean for the economy of Oregon?  What does Oregon investment in China mean on the ground?  The event is a panel discussion followed by Q&A- this is a wonderful opportunity to hear about a very relevant topic from local experts: Professor Rossitza Wooster, Portland State University, Department of EconomicsMarian Hammond, State of OregonAkana Ma, Ater WynneKarl Mundorff, Bio-Reaction Industries

Cost; $5 for WAC members$7 for non-membersFree for Students w/ IDThursday, May 20 at 7pm Portland State University Smith Student Union (1825 SW Broadway) Room 236 (Cascade Room) Pre-Registration is Required and the event will be capped at 55 http://www.worldoregon.org/events/registration/yp_china_panel.phpAbout  

Us: The YP's mission is to give those in the 21-40 age range an opportunity to learn about international affairs, to enhance their professional development skills, and to network through a variety of educational,cultural, and social events. If you are interested in becoming a member of the YP program, please call Jon at 503 274 7488, or send an e-mail to [email protected] for more information or visit http://worldoregon.org.