• TN-China Network Blog


    Join TNCN and Nashville IBC for Discussion on Business Implications of China’s Party Congress

               China’s 19th Party Congress: Outcomes and Implications for Business Tuesday, November 28, 2017 8:30 – 10 a.m. CT Baker Donelson 211 Commerce Street – Event Center, 1st floor, Nashville, TN 37201   The 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China ended on October 25th, resulting in President Xi formally […]

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    China News Highlights from TNCN Social Media

    See below for some recent TN-China news articles posted on TNCN social media. To get faster updates, follow TNCN on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.   President Trump Blocks Foreign Acquisition by Chinese Firm Baker Donelson – Sept. 21, 2017 – “On September 13, President Trump blocked the $1.3 billion acquisition of U.S. microchip manufacturer Lattice Semiconductor […]

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    Vanderbilt MBA Student Teams Offering China Business Analysis to Companies

    Does your company have a research need related to your business – or potential business – with China? For example, are you thinking of entering the China market and want to know about the market for your product?  Do you need to assess how strong the local China competitors are in your industry?  Do you […]

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    Attend Info Session Sept 8 on Chattanooga-Area Business Delegation to China

      Has your Chattanooga-area company considered entering the China market, but you aren’t sure where to begin? Or are you ready to take your existing China business to the next level? If so, please join us on Friday, September 8, at 8am, at the Hamilton County Business Development Center (INCubator) for an info session and […]

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    Companies from Across Middle and East TN Attend China Business Experts Roundtable August 9

      Companies from across middle and east Tennessee attended the China Business Experts Roundtable on August 9, 2017. Hosted by TN-China Network and Georgia China Alliance, the event provided a great networking and learning opportunity for attendees and panelists alike. Over 40 people participated in the event, including senior executives from manufacturing, exporting, and importing […]

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    Chattanooga-Area China Business Survey Now Open

      Does your company do business globally? Do you do business with China or would you like to? Do you work for a Chinese company located in the Chattanooga-area? TN-China Network is partnering with the Chattanooga Chamber to survey area companies in order to determine current interest, existing activity, and potential for future business activity […]

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    China Business Experts Roundtable on August 9 in Chattanooga

              Please join TN-China Network and Georgia China Alliance for a   China Business Experts Roundtable Wednesday, August 9, 2017 11:30 am – 1:00 pm ET Small Business Development Center, INCubator, 100 Cherokee Blvd Chattanooga, TN   Does your company do business with China? Do you have questions about China intellectual […]

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    China News Highlights from TNCN Social Media

    To get faster news updates, follow TNCN on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.   Pet Food Manufacturer to Open News-Herald – Feb. 15, 2017 – “Cat food producer Innovative Pets will locate to the city of Loudon after informing Loudon County officials of plans last month. Loudon County Mayor Rollen ‘Buddy’ Bradshaw said the company will […]

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    Hong Kong Economic & Trade Office Director Speaks to TNCN in Nashville

      On June 12, 2017, TN-China Network and the Nashville Area Chamber International Business Council held a luncheon discussion with Mr. Steve Barclay, Director of the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office in New York. Over 35 people attended to hear Mr. Barclay speak about Hong Kong since its return to Chinese sovereignty and the […]

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    TNCN Discusses Impact on Tennessee of Potential Trade Restrictions

    On April 7, 2017, TN-China Network’s Executive Director Elizabeth Rowland was quoted in the Chattanooga Times Free Press discussing the impact of potential trade restrictions: “But if there were increased restriction on imports, Tennessee consumers and all U.S. consumers would see a dramatic increase in prices that would impact everyone’s wallet,” she said. “I don’t […]

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