Roundtable discussion on doing business in China scheduled for May 29

Business operators with an eye on China can gain some first-hand insights on May 29 in Red Deer. Central Alberta: Access Prosperity and the Canada China Business Council are organizing a roundtable discussion on doing business in China.

Business operators with an eye on China can gain some first-hand insights on May 29 in Red Deer.

Central Alberta: Access Prosperity and the Canada China Business Council are organizing a roundtable discussion on doing business in China.

The event, which will run from 1 to 3 p.m. at the Holiday Inn South — Gasoline Alley, will feature the experiences of 20 participants.

Council experts will also be on hand to offer advice, including Daniel Cheng, the organization’s managing director.

Topics to be discussed will include using the renminbi (China’s official currency), protecting intellectual property and attracting Chinese capital.

Cost to attend is $40. Registrations can be made by email at lesli.rentz@accessprosperity.ca.

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