FREE Webinar Series – Urban Real Estate Development for Overseas Investors

FREE Webinar Series – Urban Real Estate Development for Overseas Investors

REGISTER TODAY!  The U.S. urban real estate market continues to be among the most active and lucrative investment opportunities for non-U.S. investors due to the strong rebound from the COVID-19 pandemic and the continued migration of businesses into urban areas.  With the significant potential of urban real estate, comes a highly competitive and localized investment environment. It is critical to have a comprehensive understanding

FREE Webinar Series - U.S. Real Estate for Overseas Investors

U.S. Real Estate for Overseas Investors – Webinar Replay

For anyone who was not able to join our webinar, U.S. Real Estate for Overseas Investors, we’ve got you covered! Below, please find the full presentation for your viewing pleasure. You can download the transcript HERE. Don’t forget to register for the remaining two webinars in this series:   Urban Real Estate Development for Overseas

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China on the G7 Agenda

The 47th G7 summit was held from June 11-13 in Cornwall. China is, of course, not a member of the G7, yet the country was on everyone’s mind, as illustrated brilliantly by @relevantorgans. While the word “China” was “only” mentioned four times in the communiqué issued by the summit’s participants, each mention was ponderous. First,

FREE Webinar Series - U.S. Real Estate for Overseas Investors

FREE Webinar Series – U.S. Real Estate for Overseas Investors

REGISTER TODAY At the level of individual transactions, the pandemic has had a significant impact on investor decision-making, but overall, the United States remains a fundamentally attractive real estate market. Today, low interest rates and taxes, a relatively stable U.S. economy, and the liquidity and transparency of the domestic real estate market have contributed to

FREE Webinar - Reconfiguring Global Supply Chain Footprint

FREE Webinar – Mitigating Your China Supply Chain Risk with Diversification

REGISTER HERE! Because of U.S./China tariffs, increased labor costs, logistics delays and other factors, U.S. and European companies that manufacture (or source raw materials or components) in China are evaluating opportunities to diversify their supply chains into other markets, including Mexico, Southeast Asia, and Central Eastern Europe. On Thursday, June 24th at 2pm ET/ 11am PT

Doing Business in China During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Doing Business in or with China During the COVID-19 Pandemic: The Webinar

Access the webinar HERE. Doing business in China is challenging even during the best of times, but the COVID-19 pandemic has given rise to new risks and accentuated existing ones. Moreover, the pandemic is occurring at a time of growing tensions between the China and the West over trade and other issues. This webinar explores

Doing business in China

FREE Webinar Series – The China Paradox: Geopolitics, Chinese Economic Policy, and What it Means for U.S. Businesses

Register HERE! Join us for a discussion on the changing U.S.-China bilateral relationship, China’s foreign policy strategy, areas of concern, what the United States is doing about it, and why it matters to American companies and individuals. World Trade Center Utah, the Orrin G. Hatch Foundation, the U.S.-China Business Council, the Deseret News, and Harris

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FREE Webinar Series – The China Paradox: Geopolitics, Chinese Economic Policy, and What it Means for U.S. Businesses

WATCH HERE! Join us for a discussion on the changing U.S.-China bilateral relationship, China’s foreign policy strategy, areas of concern, what the United States is doing about it, and why it matters to American companies and individuals. World Trade Center Utah, the Orrin G. Hatch Foundation, the U.S.-China Business Council, the Deseret News, and Harris