In-person course

Knowing China I

02 august 2018

China currently has the second largest economy in the world, behind only the United States, and has been reaching ever-higher rates of development, maintaining strong commercial relations with several countries, in various regions.

The country has participated in the World Trade Organization since 2001 and is currently one of the main destinations for foreign investors. Gross Domestic Product (GDP) exceeds USD 12 trillion, and per capita income reaches USD 5,185, indicating its significant economic expansion. The country is also at the top of the ranking of world leaders at the technological level, investing massively in research and development.

The course Knowing China provides an overview of the country today and the prospects for the future, analyzing social, cultural and economic issues and the country’s relations with Brazil. The program's topics are analyzed by diplomats, businessmen and academics, who have a deep knowledge of the Asian country and its relationship with Brazil.

 

Program:

  • Social and cultural aspects of China
  • China in figures
  • Beyond the trade war: Prospects for China
  • Who is the Chinese investor?
  • Brazil-China relations
  • Chinese investments in Brazil
  • Walking Tour “Chinese Rio”

 

DURATION:

August 2 and 3, 2018 - Total: 18 hours

Membership options:

In-person, Rio de Janeiro (RJ)

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China currently has the second largest economy in the world, behind only the United States, and has been reaching ever-higher rates of development, maintaining strong commercial relations with several countries, in various regions.

The country has participated in the World Trade Organization since 2001 and is currently one of the main destinations for foreign investors. Gross Domestic Product (GDP) exceeds USD 12 trillion, and per capita income reaches USD 5,185, indicating its significant economic expansion. The country is also at the top of the ranking of world leaders at the technological level, investing massively in research and development.

The course Knowing China provides an overview of the country today and the prospects for the future, analyzing social, cultural and economic issues and the country’s relations with Brazil. The program's topics are analyzed by diplomats, businessmen and academics, who have a deep knowledge of the Asian country and its relationship with Brazil.

 

Program:

  • Social and cultural aspects of China
  • China in figures
  • Beyond the trade war: Prospects for China
  • Who is the Chinese investor?
  • Brazil-China relations
  • Chinese investments in Brazil
  • Walking Tour “Chinese Rio”

 

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

Monique Sochaczewski
Project Coordinator at CEBRI

Roberto Fendt
Executive Secretary of the Brazil-China Business Council

Tulio Cariello
Director of Content and Research of the Brazil-China Business Council

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