Wed, 26 Jan

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Lu Wan Qu

Virtual speech: Expatriates in Shanghai (EU Chamber Shanghai)

Trends and uncertainties regarding the number of expats in China; New challenges in the way of arriving, working, living and performing in China as an expat; New opportunities created by China’s ‘walled garden’ business environment.

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Virtual speech: Expatriates in Shanghai (EU Chamber Shanghai)

Time & Location

26 Jan, 14:30 GMT+8 – 27 Jan, 17:00 GMT+8

Lu Wan Qu, 333 Huai Hai Zhong Lu, 淮海路东段 Lu Wan Qu, Shang Hai Shi, China, 200021

About the Event

Since the pandemic’s lockdowns, the  Chinese government imposed policies that complicate procedures to enter China. The uncertainty about visas and residence permits remains. On the other hand, China rolls out incentives in terms of settlement, tax, social  insurance, medical services and education. The European Chamber is  delighted to invite you to this workshop where insiders and experts will  analyse the foreign population’s development in Shanghai, and  deconstruct policies relevant to expats.

Details and registration: https://www.europeanchamber.com.cn/en/upcoming-events/21136/Expatriates_in_Shanghai_Policy_Update_and_Trend_Analysis

Agenda:  14:00-14:30 Registration and networking

14:30-14:40 Opening remarks  Ms. Jeanette Yu, Partner, Head of Employment & Pensions, CMS  China; Chair of the Human Resources Working Group, European Chamber

14:40-15:10 Expat Demographics, Challenges and Opportunities

Mr. Gabor Holch, General Manager of Campanile Management Consulting

15:10-15:40 International staff dispatch

15:40-16:10 Travel and immigration policy updates for foreign nationals

·         Travel restrictions under COVID-19

·         China exit and entry best practice

·         Trends and predictions

Mr. Roy Ren, Senior Director, Fragomen (Shanghai) Co., Ltd

16:10-16:20 Closing remarks by Ms. Jeanette Yu

16:20-16:50 Networking

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