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            Understanding the opportunities surrounding cross-border trade inbound to the UK from China

            DWF's China business specialists invite you to a morning seminar where you will gain insight into the main legal risks and challenges that Chinese companies may face setting up or growing their business in the UK.
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            Date
            08 October 2019 08:30
            to
            08 October 2019 11:30

            Locations
            DWF London
            20 Fenchurch Street
            EC3M 3AG
            London
            England

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            Joining DWF's legal experts on the speaker panel will be The Rt Hon Greg Hands MP, former Minister of State in the Department of International Trade as well as representatives from the Chinese government and Chinese SOEs.

             Our panel of experts will provide legal, political and business perspectives and will explore:

            • The recent legal updates governing competition and compliance for the procurement of infrastructure programs
            • How inbound investment is being affected by developments in the overarching political climate.
            • The challenges in finding ways to protect exports to Europe and the EU post-Brexit
            • The solutions to the restrictions that concern cross-border technological transfers

            08:30 – Registration

            09:00 – Part I

            10:00 – Coffee Break

            10:15 – Part II

            11:00 – Close

            Meet the speakers

            Vassilis Akritidis

            • Partner // Head of WTO & International Trade

            James Lonsdale

            • Partner

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