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2017 China Road Show Webinars

Date January 11, 2017

Location Webinar

Together with the U.S Commercial Service, SelectUSA will hold two free, informational webinars for U.S. economic development organizations (EDOs) and service providers interested in joining the China Road Show (March 13-23, 2017). Both webinars will provide the same information, including an overview of the Road Show, travel and participation options, and more.

  • Webinar 1: January 11 at 8 a.m. EST / January 11 at 9 p.m. CST
  • Webinar 2: January 11 at 7 p.m. EST / January 12 at 8 a.m. CST

To register for one of the webinars and receive call-in information, please email Cathy Feig or Shujuan Cao and specify which time you are interested in.

More Information on the 2017 China Road Show

SelectUSA’s fourth China Road Show will take place on March 13-23, 2017. The six-city show to Changchun (March 13), Jinan (March 15), Zhengzhou (March 17), Kunming (March 20), Xiamen (March 21), and Nanjing (March 23) will offer U.S. state, local, regional, and tribal economic development organizations (EDOs) the opportunity to market their locations directly to investors across China.

The cost for U.S. EDOs is $4,000, plus $500 for each additional participant.

Registration Deadline: January 27

Please contact John McKiel or Janet Robertson for more information or to register.

View/Download the Road Show flyer

Changchun, the capital city of Jilin province, is strong in automobile manufacturing, particularly passenger vehicles. The local government has been making efforts to diversify into other sectors and promote tourism, food processing, and rail vehicles and equipment.

Jinan has been transformed by technology-intensive industires from a city supported by heavy industry and textiles to a city with a more diverse industrial structure.

Zhengzhou’s pillar industries include auto, agriculture, equipment manufacturing, and textiles. Investments from Henan to the United States in recent years indicate a strong interest in overseas business expansion.

Kunming, an area rich in natural resources, is a key player in China’s agricultural and mineral production industry.

Xiamen, as one of China’s earliest special economic zones, is an industrial powerhouse with a diverse and developed economy. Key industries include electronics & IT, machinery, and chemicals.

Nanjing is a center for business, research, and education. Outbound investment from Jiangsu Province, where Nanjing is located, ranks among the top three provinces in China with trade flow exceeding $500 billion.

Check out our China fact sheet for more FDI information.