China

China
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Capital:Beijing

Population:1,321,851,888

GDP:$3.249 trillion

GDP Growth Rate:11.4% (2007)

From a business perspective, China’s emergence has been apparent for over two decades. China’s government has pursued policies that have allowed its Gross Domestic Product (GDP) to grow at an annual rate near 10% and many expect China to be the world’s largest economy by 2025.

Featured Itinerary

Many seminars focus on "Doing Business in China." These seminars survey China's booming growth by visiting a variety of companies across many industry segments of focusing on Beijing and Shanghai. As with all GLC Travel Seminars, the itinerary is fully customizable and can focus on one particular interest, such as manufacturing, supply chain management, information technology, and many others.

Beijing: Days 1-5

Host of the 2008 Olympics, Beijing is a world class capital of business and culture. The seat of the Chinese government, Beijing attracts the headquarters of innumerable Chinese companies. China's Silicon Valley, Zhongguancun Science Park, is also here, adjacent to world class Peking and Tsinghua Universities.

Business Highlights: Potential Company visits include China Mobile, Bank of China, Li Ning, CCTV, Air China, Mercedes-Benz, Motorola, and many more.

Cultural Highlights: Great Wall, Ming Tombs, Forbidden City, Tiananmen Square, Temple of Heaven, and the Olympic Village.

Shanghai: Days 6-10

Shanghai is China's showcase city, serving as its commercial and financial capital. In recent years, Shanghai has recaptured its position as a leading business center in East Asia, first accomplished at the turn of the 20th century. Its resurgence, symbolized by the soaring skyline in the Pu Dong New area, will be the center stage when it hosts the host of the 2010 World Expo.

Business Highlights: Potential Company visits include Shanghai Stock Exchange, Baosteel, General Motors, Federal Express, Intel, Microsoft, and many others.

Cultural Highlights: The Bund, Yu Yuan Garden, Pu Dong New Area, Pearl of the Orient TV Tower, Shanghai Museum, People's Square, Acrobat shows.

Other Chinese Cities that can be visited include Xi'an, Suzhou, Hangzhou, Guangzhou, Shenzhen and the Special Administrative Zone of Hong Kong.


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