Chinese Political Developments: What Impact for Business? | Nov 28

[Note: Shared on behalf of the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce International Business Council as an item of potential interest to the TNWAC list members.]

International Business Council Breakfast

China’s 19th Party Congress: Outcomes and Implications for Business

Tuesday, November 28

8:30 – 10 a.m.

Baker Donelson
211 Commerce Street – Event Center, 1st floor
Nashville, TN 37201
8:30 – 8:45 a.m. Registration, networking and light continental breakfast
8:45 – 10 a.m. Program
The 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China ended on October 25th, resulting in President Xi formally being granted a second five-year term and a new generation of senior Chinese leaders anointed.
Join Jake Laband, US-China Business Council; John Scannapieco, Baker Donelson; and Jeremy Goldkorn, Sinica Podcast/SupChina for a lively conversation on the implications for doing business in or with China.
Jake Laband
John Scannapieco
Jeremy Goldkorn
Jake Laband will also share the key findings from the 2017 US-China Business Council’s China Business Environment Member Survey which includes business performance in China of USCBC members and their priority issues in the market.
This event is presented by the IBC, Baker Donelson and the TN-China Network.
$15 Chamber members
$30 Future members


Online: click “Register Now” in the right column.

  • Registration is non-transferable and non-refundable.
  • No confirmation will be sent prior to the event.
  • We are unable to accept reservations by phone or e-mail.

The Baker Donelson Event Center is located on the first floor of the building. Unfortunately, we are not able to validate parking for the event. For an interactive parking map, please visit

Questions about IBC programs? Contact Lori Odom at or 615-743-3052.

The purpose of the Chamber’s international business efforts is to create economic prosperity by promoting the growth and development of Middle Tennessee as a place where international business thrives by:
  • Building and cultivating relationships which create opportunities for foreign direct investment;
  • Connecting global companies with critical resources;
  • Serving as Middle Tennessee’s international information resource;
  • Promoting the Nashville region as a center for international business; and
  • Engaging Middle Tennessee’s international business community.
International Business Council Events and News advises subscribers of forthcoming international business events in Middle Tennessee, including those of the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce’s International Business Council and other organizations. We are pleased to include details of any genuine international business event.
Requests should be submitted to Lori Odom at or 615-743-3052.
Events other than those of the International Business Council are the sole responsibility of the sponsoring organization. The International Business Council reserves the right to refuse requests at their discretion.

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