China's High-Tech Surge: Investing in America and Innovation
**Networking reception from 6:00 pm**
It's one of the most important trends of our time: China's direct investment in the United States. To some, it's a harbinger of a new U.S.-China cooperation; to others, it is less welcome, perceived much the way Japanese investment was here 30 years ago.
As outbound investment strategies of Chinese firms shift to more advanced, innovation-intensive industries, a rapidly increasing share is going to U.S. high-tech — IT, clean-tech, biotech, advanced transportation, and more. What are the hottest sectors drawing the most Chinese investment? Which Chinese firms are leading the push and what is driving them? What are the economic and political factors behind these investments, and what are the most serious challenges they face?
Please join the Asia Society and Rhodium Group for the launch of a new report, presented by Rhodium Group founder Daniel H. Rosen and Thilo Hanemann on the Chinese investment surge in U.S. high tech. The presentation will be followed by a panel discussion which brings leaders in the tech and investment fields to discuss recent developments. For more information on the upcoming report, please visit AsiaSociety.org/ChinaHiTechInvestment.
Gary Coleman, Managing Director for Global Industries, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited
Mark Horn, Senior Managing Director, Technology Banking, East West Bank
Kenneth J. Petrilla, Executive Vice President and Head of China Desk, Wells Fargo Bank
William Plummer, Vice President, External Affairs, Huawei
Huoy-Ming Yeh, Managing Director, SVB Capital China
Jonathan Landreth (moderator), Managing Editor, ChinaFile, Asia Society
Blank Rome LLP, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited, Silicon Valley Bank,
Wells Fargo, East West Bank and Jack Wadsworth
Asian Financial Society
Association of Asian American Yale Alumni
Committee of 100
India China Institute, The New School
United States Council for International Business
Weatherhead East Asian Institute, Columbia University
Can't make it to this program? Tune in to AsiaSociety.org/Live at 6:30 pm New York time for a free live video webcast. Viewers are encouraged to submit questions to [email protected] or tweet questions to #AskAsia.