What the Chinese Want Today & How they are Trying to Get it
Tuesday, March 05, 2013,
5:30 PM TO 7:30 PM
Marquette University College of Business Administration
Address: 606 N 13th St, David Straz Hall Room 105
Milwaukee, WI 53233
MWTA/MMAC Member: $20
No fee for Marquette University students/faculty
Contact : Beth Krey @ 414.288.6386
The Chinese government says that it wants Chinese investment in the United States to double every year for the next decade. What do they want to buy? And considering what the Chinese say about the U.S. today, why do they want to invest here in the first place?
This two-hour seminar examines what the Chinese say and what they actually do in the areas of business, law, and negotiation. The three panelists have extensive experience dealing with the Chinese and have unique insights into how Chinese deals actually get done.
Charles Stone, an attorney at Weiss Berzowski Brady LLP and adjunct professor of business at Peking University Business School, practices general business law, with an emphasis on Chinese outbound investment to the U.S. Stone earned his Ph.D. in Chinese language & literature from the University of Chicago and lived in China for 5 years.
David Mungenast, CEO of the Gogolak Group, is a partner in MedEd Architects which is expanding its online medical education business in China. Mungenast is an attorney who studied law at Peking University and history at Fudan University. He lived in China for 2 years.
Sandy Swartzberg, is a partner at Weiss Berzowski Brady LLP with 35 years of experience negotiating M&A deals. She is the author of the blog, Conversations with Sam, which discusses a wide range of business law and negotiating with the Chinese in particular.