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The positive momentum of 2019 carried into 2020, and enterprises were offered a more hopeful vision on the back of softening trade tensions between the US and China. Unfortunately, a novel coronavirus broke out in Wuhan, China, changing the sentiment overnight. The World Health Organization (WHO), on January 30, declared the 2019-Novel Coronavirus, newly named as COVID-19, a "global emergency". The number of cases worldwide has risen to more than 70,000 as of February 15, the vast majority of which are in China.
While COVID-19 clearly has major global implications, China is experiencing by far the most severe immediate impact. Business operations have been hit to varying degrees by it and the special directives from the government. Since it is impossible to predict the scope, severity and duration of the outbreak, companies will need to prepare for a protracted crisis that might last for months rather than weeks, with the emergence of a broad and complex set of challenges.
In this webinar, Kent Kedl, Partner and Head of Greater China and North Asia at Control Risks, will share a full analysis on the impact of COVID-19 to China and the key areas of focus for business leaders in the near future. The key topics will include:
- The latest situation of COVID-19 in China and the government's response
- The broad impact on China's economy and politics
- Key risks faced by enterprises
- What to focus and prepare for companies in the next 12 months
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