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China Navigates a Sea of Change: What is the Impact to US Firms?
May 4, 2016 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, 2016
5:30 – 7 PM
BEVERAGES & HORS D’OEUVRES WILL BE SERVED
CHEROKEE COUNTRY CLUB
5138 LYONS VIEW PIKE • KNOXVILLE
Amid the slowing of its economy, China navigates toward market liberalization and attains reserve currency status. Use of the Chinese currency is growing everywhere but the U.S. Yet, China is the largest supplier of imported goods to the U.S., as well
as the third-largest export market for our country.
Join First Tennessee and Jason Li, Head of China Desk for Standard Chartered Bank, in a seminar that helps answer, “What does all the change within China mean for U.S. firms?”
Jason Li of Standard Chartered, New York, will be speaking about:
- What’s happening with the Chinese economy,
- What the government’s trying to do to invigorate the economy,
- How their attainment of reserve currency status affects U.S. companies.
- How volatility in rates may affect which currency is used for payments
Standard Chartered is one of the world’s largest banks and a major player in Asia.