Chinese investment and the Nordics – trends and opportunities

Chinese investment and the Nordics – trends and opportunities

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China’s meteoric rise as an economic superpower is the story of the 21st century. China is now a major player in the world FDI market and an ever more visible source of investment into the Nordics. With Chinese investment into the Nordics yet to peak, the Nordic business community (you!) can only benefit from a deeper understanding of China’s economic and political trajectory.

Welcome to this breakfast seminar on Chinese investment and the Nordics. During the seminar experts in the field, Klas Eklund and Kristina Sandklef, will discuss the macro-economic and political push factors behind Chinese outbound investment and address where that investment goes in the Nordics, the consequences, and what to expect going forward.

DATE AND TIME
4 April 2017, 8.00-10.00 (breakfast starts at 8.00, seminar starts at 8.30)

PLACE
Strandvägen 7A, Stockholm

COST
Free of cost

LANGUAGE
The seminar will be held in English

RSVP
To chinadesk@lindahl.se no later than 30 March 2017

SPEAKERS
Klas Eklund is the Senior Economist of SEB. Previously, he was under-secretary of state at the Ministry of Finance, and policy adviser to two prime ministers. He has published several books, including the best-selling Swedish economics text book, and more recently, China the born-again super power.
Kristina Sandklef, economist and China expert, is the founder of Sandklef Asia Insights and Kinapoolen.se. She has held senior positions at Ericsson, the asset fund management company East Capital, and has also served as a China analyst for the Swedish Armed Forces.

MODERATOR
William Langran is a senior international arbitration lawyer, member of the New York Bar, and China scholar. He is a fluent Mandarin speaker, legal adviser to Chinese clients, and author of postgraduate scholar¬ship (Univ. Cambridge) on Chinese legal reform.