One Belt One Road (OBOR) was introduced in September 2013 with its strategic proposition to connect the People’s Republic of China with Eurasia, Middle East, Africa via landlocked Central Asia and littoral South East Asia nations. In November 2016, Malaysia and China had inked 14 business-to-business agreements and 16 government-to government Memorandum of Understanding amounting to approximately RM144 billion. In recent
years, we have witnessed more commercial collaborations between the Chinese Investors and the Malaysian Chinese Businessmen and the collaboration is expected to be on the rise in the coming years.
Acknowledging the rising need for Malaysians to understand the legal aspects of doing business in China, Legal Plus jointly organises this seminar with China ASEAN Legal Cooperation Center (CALCC) and the Kuala Lumpur Regional Centre for Arbitration
(KLRCA) with the aim to equip Malaysians with the knowledge and insights of the legal
aspects in conducting business or investing in China leveraging the opportunities presented via OBOR.
Legal Plus, CALCC and KLRCA proudly present to you this seminar to be conducted by five (5) prominent speakers from China who have vast experience in advising Malaysians who invest in China. The speakers will give an overview of OBOR.
It is only one who is thoroughly acquainted with the evils of war who can thoroughly understand the profitable way of carrying it on – Sun Tzu
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