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Contact Person: Joyce Hu
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LANGUAGE:ENGLISH 语言:英文


9:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m., July 29, 2021 Beijing Time (9:00 p.m.-11:00 p.m. EST 28th)

2021年7月29日上午 9:00 (北京时间)


Registered Participants will Receive a Copy of the Analysis at the Forum




The American Chamber of Commerce in South China through its IPR Committee headed by its Board Member, Dr. David Buxbaum and the firm of Anderson and Anderson has conducted an analysis of Intellectual Property Sections of Three International Trade Agreements and one Bilateral Trade Agreement. They include "ETA": Between US and China; "CAI": Between China and EU; "RCEP": Between China and 14 countries; "CPTPP": Between 11 countries from East to West and North to South (US withdrew).

"ETA": Between US and China;

The Economic and Trade Agreement between the Government of the People's Republic of China and the Government of the United States of America (hereinafter, "ETA"),


"CAI": Between China and EU:

Comprehensive Agreement on Investment (hereinafter, "CAI") between China and EU that is currently under negotiation.


"RCEP": Between China and 14 countries:

the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (hereinafter, "RCEP") signed on 2020 by 15 countries, including 10 member states of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), Australia, China, Japan, South Korea and New Zealand. So far, China, Thailand and Japan have internally ratified the Agreement, while other member countries indicated that they will approve by 2021, which may make RCEP effective on 1st January 2022.


"CPTPP": Between 11 countries from East to West to South (US withdrew):

  • Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (hereinafter, "CPTPP") Signed by Japan, Australia, Chile, New Zealand, Singapore, Brunei, Malaysia, Vietnam, Mexico and Peru, after the withdrawal of the US. In particular, Canada, Japan, Mexico, Singapore, New Zealand and Australia ratified it in 2018. According to CPTPP, the Agreement became effective on the approval of more than 6 countries. In 2019, Vietnam ratified CPTPP.
Speakers
Speakers
  • Dr. Harley Seyedin (President, AmCham South China; President, Allelon Energy Partners; Visiting Scholar Jinan University)

    Dr. Harley Seyedin

    President, AmCham South China; President, Allelon Energy Partners; Visiting Scholar Jinan University

  • David Buxbaum (Senior Partner, Anderson & Anderson, LLP)

    David Buxbaum

    Senior Partner, Anderson & Anderson, LLP

  • Neil Bush (Founder and Chair of George H. W. Bush Foundation for U.S.-China Relations)

    Neil Bush

    Founder and Chair of George H. W. Bush Foundation for U.S.-China Relations

  • Brian Schweitzer (23rd Governor at State of Montana)

    Brian Schweitzer

    23rd Governor at State of Montana

  • Martin Maciak (Expert at International Finance, Trade,RMB Internationalization)

    Martin Maciak

    Expert at International Finance, Trade,RMB Internationalization

  • Brian Krolicki (Chairman/former Lt. Governor and treasurer at Faraday Future/Nevada)

    Brian Krolicki

    Chairman/former Lt. Governor and treasurer at Faraday Future/Nevada

  • Ben Jacobs (China IP Guru at US Chamber of Commerce)

    Ben Jacobs

    China IP Guru at US Chamber of Commerce

  • Klaus Zenkel (Chair at European Chamber South China Chapter)

    Klaus Zenkel

    Chair at European Chamber South China Chapter

  • Yingyan Jiang (Lead IP Consultant at Anderson & Anderson LLP (Asian Head office))

    Yingyan Jiang

    Lead IP Consultant at Anderson & Anderson LLP (Asian Head office)

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