What are China’s innovation inputs and how is its innovation performance? What are the implications of its technology innovation on intellectual property and human capital? Ultimately, what are the opportunities and challenges for foreign governments and multinational businesses who wish to tap into the Chinese market, and how should they respond to China’s approach?
Join AmCham for a discussion with CSIS (Center for Strategic & International Studies) China expert Scott Kennedy in examining China’s innovation drive in high-tech.
Following a presentation of the key findings, participants will have an interactive discussion with Scott Kennedy on broader issues regarding China’s innovation drive. More specifically, the discussion will also cover the development of new-generation vehicles (electric and autonomous vehicles) as well as the related infrastructure (e.g. charging stations) in China.
First 15 minutes is for networking Light refreshment included
About CSIS Established in Washington, D.C. over 50 years ago, the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) is a bipartisan, non-profit policy research organization dedicated to providing strategic insights and policy solutions to help decision-makers chart a course toward a better world.
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