Erasmus China Business Centre and Swiss-Asian Chamber of Commerce are pleased to invite you to participate in the first conference which is themed around The Changing World – Europe and China.
China has emerged from the Financial Crisis of 2008 as the fastest growing world power. Its ascent is changing the prevailing world order. The ramifications of these changes are felt across the globe.
The ensuing US-China trade frictions are only one precursor of the significance of these changes.
Erasmus China Business Centre and Swiss-Asian Chamber of Commerce are gathering colleagues from business, economics, politics, and academia to organize an annual IG-China Forum.
Venue: Zurich University, Aula (KOL-G-201), Rämistrasse 71, CH-8006 Zurich, Switzerland
Date: Friday, 8 February 2019
Time: 09:00 – 18:00
This forum analyses the economic and geopolitical impact of these changes on the Global Economy. The view must not be myopic and bilateral, the focus should rather be; on Asia on the one side and Europe on the other.
In order to deal with the importance of the topic, SACC is cooperating with renowned experts from Academia, Politics and Business.
This year’s conference is themed around The Changing World – Europe and China. It will focus on subjects such as the Trade War, Technological Disruptions, The Changing of the World Order, The Belt Road Initiative and further topics as they might emerge in the run up to the conference.
The Forum aims to become The annual event where protagonists of all stripes and colors may voice their concerns and visions on neutral ground. Switzerland is uniquely positioned to be the birthplace of this dialogue.
Please register via this link on Eventbrite: https://bit.ly/2CYcing
Members of SACC have a special discounted price of CHF 180; please open the green box “tickets” and type under Promotional Code the word SACC thereafter the discounted price appears.
Or the attached invitation/registration file by emailing to firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to welcoming you to this Forum at the University of Zurich.