USITO/AmCham Shanghai/USCBC Breakfast Briefing - Implications of China's New National Security Regulations

In the past four months, the State Council, China Banking Regulatory Commission (CBRC), and other central government agencies have issued a number of regulations which create market access barriers for foreign companies under the guise of protecting national security. US companies indicate that new 'secure and controllable' government procurement requirements, cross-border data flow restrictions, and source code disclosures will make it increasingly difficult to compete in the China market. How will these policies impact foreign companies and what can executives do to prepare?

 

Please join us in Shanghai for a breakfast program with USITO Managing Director Matt Roberts, who will brief members on the Draft Counterterror Law, CBRC Document 39 which requires 'secure and controllable' IT, and other national security measures that may impact foreign company operations.

 

Implications of China's new National Security Regulations

 

Date: Thursday, April 9, 2015

 

8:00 AM - 8:30 AM   Registration and Networking

8:30 AM - 9:30 AM   Briefing and Q&A

 

Speaker: Matt Roberts, USITO Managing Director

 

Venue: Portman Ritz-Carlton, 1376 Nanjing Road W., Shanghai

 

Fee: 200 RMB for Members/350 Non-Members

 

Registration Deadline: 5:00 pm, Wednesday, April 8

Cancellation Deadline: 5:00 pm, Wednesday, April 8

Contact: Cindy He (che@uschina.org.cn ; T: 86-21-6288-3840)