In-person course

Knowing China II

30 november 2018

Today, China occupies a leading position in the global geopolitical scenario. In forty years, the country has lifted 750 million people out of poverty. In the 1970s, it was a rural economy. It took a leap from the industrial to the innovation economy, and, currently, cloud computing, artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things have a direct impact on the lives of the Chinese population.

Brazil is among a select group of countries that have a trade surplus with China, with yearly revenues of USD 64 billion.

The course Knowing China, organized by CEBRI and the American Chamber of Commerce for Brazil (Amcham-Brasil), deepens the discussions on Brazil-China relations, the unfolding of the trade war with the United States, and the Asian power’s investments in technology, infrastructure and innovation. These aspects are analyzed from different perspectives - political, cultural and economic - by consultants, academics and market professionals.

 

Program:

  • Political and Cultural aspects of China
  • China’s perspective on trade war
  • China in figures
  • Who is and what moves the Chinese investor?
  • Brazil-China relations
DURATION:

9 hours

Membership options:

In-person, São Paulo

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Today, China occupies a leading position in the global geopolitical scenario. In forty years, the country has lifted 750 million people out of poverty. In the 1970s, it was a rural economy. It took a leap from the industrial to the innovation economy, and, currently, cloud computing, artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things have a direct impact on the lives of the Chinese population.

Brazil is among a select group of countries that have a trade surplus with China, with yearly revenues of USD 64 billion.

The course Knowing China, organized by CEBRI and the American Chamber of Commerce for Brazil (Amcham-Brasil), deepens the discussions on Brazil-China relations, the unfolding of the trade war with the United States, and the Asian power’s investments in technology, infrastructure and innovation. These aspects are analyzed from different perspectives - political, cultural and economic - by consultants, academics and market professionals.

 

Program:

  • Political and Cultural aspects of China
  • China’s perspective on trade war
  • China in figures
  • Who is and what moves the Chinese investor?
  • Brazil-China relations

Speakers

Augusto Castro
Manager of the President's Office at Apex Brasil

Fabiana D’Atri
Coordinating Economist at Banco Bradesco

Janaína Camara da Silveira
Journalist, Master in Economics and Founder of Radar China

Larissa Wachholz
Senior Fellow

Special Advisor to the Minister of Agriculture, Livestock and Food Supply of Brazil

Leandro Rothmuller
Senior Fellow

PROGRAM COURSES

BRAZIL'S LEADING
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS THINK TANK

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