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Friday, November 16, 2012


As the two largest economic powers in the world, the US and China have become more and more closely connected and dependent upon each other from business and trade to cultural exchange. Due to the intensive connections between both countries, global supply chain management has become more critical than ever; however, as issues arise along with the economic development of China, it becomes increasingly difficult for companies to stay competitive in this rapidly growing market. This Forum was created to enhance students and professionals’ understanding of the current situation in the Chinese market, as well as to provide a platform for them to interact and further benefit each other.


East Lansing, MI