Dan Harris is the founder and managing partner of Harris & Moure, a boutique international law firm. The majority of Dan’s clients are companies doing business in emerging market countries. Dan is the co-editor of the multiple award-winning China Law Blog (www.chinalawblog.com), and he appears regularly in print and on televi¬sion to share his perspective on Chinese legal matters. Dan loves to discuss China, and hardly a month goes by where he does not speak on China law in the United States or in Asia.
China has been manufacturing's go-to country for cheap, efficient production. It can produce, but can it originate innovation of its own that has staying power? Macro-economic factors and cultural mores are affecting what China makes and how it makes anything. Watch this Plastics News editorial webcast to engage with two experts who will weigh in on the changing manufacturing landscape there.
Who Should Attend:
This presentation is important for anyone who wants to understand the implications of establishing a manufacturing operation in China or doing business with companies that originate from China. It is especially important for company officials responsible for supply chain management, procurement and research and development. The culture for doing business in China is changing as economic variables change, including the price of labor and ability to maintain critical technology. This editorial webcast will help you stay on top of those changes.
About the Plastics News Executive Forum
This event is sponsored by the Plastics News Executive Forum, North America’s premier event for plastics industry presidents, owners, C-level executives and senior managers. Join industry leaders Feb. 23-26 at Tampa’s Saddlebrook Resort for the 16th annual event. In addition to thought-provoking presentations, Plastics News will crown the 2013 Processor of the Year and name the next class of Plastics News Excellence Award winners, recognizing companies that excel in employee relations, customer relations and industry and public service.
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