February 18th 16:00-17:00 Taipei time, UTC+8 (09:00-10:00 Stockholm time, UTC+1)
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About the event
The Swedish Chamber of Commerce Taipei is pleased to present to you a free of charge online session with Johan Nylander, author of the newly published book “The Epic Split – Why ‘Made in China’ is going out of style”, offering you a balanced look at the deep set of problems facing US-China relations, and is particularly trenchant in laying the difficulties companies will face in choosing sides in this titanic struggle.
We will also discuss supply chain movements out of China, including both lower end and now increasingly higher end manufacturing, an inevitable trend that has been accelerated by the trade war and pandemic.
About the speaker
Johan Nylander, an award-winning author and freelance China and Asia correspondent. His work is published by CNN, Forbes, Sweden’s leading business daily Dagens Industri, and many other international media outlets.
He’s the author of “The Epic Split – Why ‘Made in China’ is going out of style”. In short, the book is a report from the frontline of the US-China trade war.
Nylander is also is the author of “Shenzhen Superstars – How China’s smartest city is challenging Silicon Valley”, which became an Amazon bestseller, as well as other books.
He frequently gives speeches about Chinese business and tech trends, as well as how to navigate a new world of trade war, decoupling and boycotts.
Nylander lives with his family in Hong Kong.