Understanding State-Owned Enterprises in China and Vietnam

In April 2015, leading lawyers, academics, and policy-makers will come together at the historic Fairmont Empress Hotel in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, for an in-depth look at recent legal developments in Asia and their relevance to the Americas.

The inaugural Asia Desk Forum will provide a unique opportunity for private and public sector lawyers with an Asian dimension to the practice to extend and deepen their knowledge of cutting-edge legal issues through a series of workshops, panels, and lectures, led by those who know Asia best.

Asia Desk Forum

source: Asia Desk Forum

The Forum will consist of an Asian Law Academy, aimed at early-career lawyers, and a main Conference Program, organized around issues of acute relevance to Asian legal practice, such as international arbitration in Asia, doing business in India, recent developments in China and ASEAN, energy law, corporate social responsibility, and Latin America-Asia legal relations.

Understanding State-Owned Enterprises in China and Vietnam

Dr. Tuan Nguyen, one of partners at LNT & Partners, is to address the legal professional and academics with respect to the state-owned enterprises in Vietnam in plenary session. Dr. Nguyen is to focus on legal, political and economic context in which State-owned enterprises operate as well as recent efforts to reform and regulate them in China and Vietnam. The session will also discuss how these efforts may impact the Americas, particularly on a business level.

The rise of state capitalism has been attracting the attention of lawyers, economists, business leaders, and policy-makers, and state-owned enterprises are often the focus of this attention. This session examines the legal, political, and economic context in which these companies operate as well as recent efforts to reform and regulate them. This session will also consider the implications of state-owned enterprises for businesses in the Americas that are looking to invest in or work with partners in China and Vietnam.

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For more informaion, please visit Asia Desk Forum

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