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Transpacific Entrepreneurial Conference

Jan 16, 2020 Webinars < 1 read

January 16, 2020
2:00pm – 7:00pm
Royal Bank of Canada, 15/F Cheung Kong Centre
2 Queen’s Road Central, Hong Kong

A growing number of Canadian corporations are expanding and thriving in Asia while Chinese firms are choosing Canada as a destination for investment and innovation. More than ever, we need to read the tea leaves for the outlook on Canada-China business relations, and where and when to invest our resources.

McMillan LLP is pleased to sponsor the 6th annual Transpacific Entrepreneurial Conference, Reading the Tea Leaves for 2020: A Focus on Canada-China Relations presented by CANCHAMHK. Topics will include trade, investment and the political landscape between Canada and Asia. This event fosters economic partnerships among Hong Kong, Southern China and Canada, and provides a platform for international business development.

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