China's Foreign Investment Stretegy
What are they after and should we be afraid?
Wellington, Wednesday 27 June 2012
The New Zealand Initiative presents a presentation and discussion with Dr John Lee, Centre for International Security Studies, Sydney University in association with PricewaterhouseCoopers and Deloitte.
The vast majority of Chinese outbound investment is by state-owned enterprises. But little is known about the relationship between the Chinese Communist Party and SOEs, or how these companies are run. Dr Lee will look at what China's SOEs want to achieve in foreign markets, and whether we should be wary or even afraid of increased Chinese foreign investment.
Dr John Lee is the Michael Hintze Fellow and Adjunct Associate Professor at the Centre for International Security Studies, Sydney University and a non-resident Senior Scholar at the Hudson Institute in Washington DC. He is regularly invited to brief Ministerial and senior defence officials in the United States, Asia and Australia. He is a frequent media commentator on international television and radio networks, and been published extensively in the worlds leading policy journals, newspapers and magazines on a wide range of security issues.
Dr Lee has a first class honours degrees in Arts and Laws from the University of New South Wales, and Masters and Doctorate degrees in International Relations from Oxford University.
|Date:||Wednesday 27 June 2012|
|Time:||5:30pm to 8:00pm|
|Venue:||Deloitte, Level 16, Deloitte Building, 10 Brandon Street, Wellington|
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