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Making use of chances: register now for the workshop “China goes Europe”

China Global

4. September 2017

The relationships between China and Europe are tightening especially after the emergent of trends towards protectionism in the US.  China’s development provides enormous opportunities, but also risks for Europe. How can companies benefit from this developments? That is one of the questions, the Workshop “China goes Europe”, on Wednesday, September 20, is about. Jacobs University has invited renowned experts from science and business. The events between 1:30 pm and 5 pm are open to the public. Entrance is free, registration via e-mail to chinaglobal [at] is possible until September 14.

China is not only an important trading partner. More and more, the country invests in Europe, too. The economic and social consequences are one of the issues of the workshop – as well as possible innovations that might be generated due to this process.

Another topic is the Chinese silk road initiative „One Belt, one Road”, with its goal of developing new routes and markets for trade by establishing an intercontinental infrastructural network between Europe, Africa, and Asia. The lectures will be given in English and simultaneously translated into Chinese.

“I am looking forward to interesting discussions”, Professor Christoph Lattemann, director of Jacobs University’s China Global Center states. “And I would like to cordially invite all those to our workshop, who are interested in China.”  

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