UPDATE: A previous version of this article said President Carter, who normalized U.S. relations with China in 1979, would speak at the conference. Carter Center President and CEO John Hardman will now speak on his behalf.
Executives from Chinese companies with Georgia operations will outline their plans for U.S. growth at the China’s Global Outlook event at the Carter Center June 14.
Speakers from Huawei Technologies (USA) Inc., Self Electronics USA Corp. and Techtop Industries Inc. are on the docket, while ZTE USA Inc. and Sany America Inc. have been invited.
Dan Rosen, a partner at Rhodium Group, will deliver a luncheon speech on the benefits of Chinese investment in the U.S.
The Georgia China Alliance is organizing the event, which costs $70 for nonmembers and $35 for members. The fee includes breakfast, lunch and an evening reception.
Visit http://www.georgiachina.com/CGO for more information or to register.