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YCW launched its second chapter in Shanghai in 2010. As China's financial capital, YCW Shanghai has tapped many experts covering China's economy and financial sector, as well as urbanization. Our speakers have included:

- Jonathan Woetzel, Director of McKinsey & Company, Director of the McKinsey Global Institute in Asia and Co-Chair Urban China Initiative
- Shen Dingli, Vice Dean of the Institute of International Affairs of Fudan University
- The Honorable Ken Jarrett, former US Consul General in Shanghai

YCW Shanghai has co-sponsored many of its events with the Hopkins China Forum, organized by The Johns Hopkins University and its affiliated alumni associations worldwide. Our partner has brought in visiting professors from leading policy graduate program, School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), Johns Hopkins.

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Shanghai – ‘Stiff Competition: The New Normal for Foreign Companies in China’ with Jonathan Woetzel, Senior Partner, McKinsey Global Institute and Jeffrey Towson, Guanghua School of Management, Peking University

Shanghai – ‘Stiff Competition: The New Normal for Foreign Companies in China’ with Jonathan Woetzel, Senior Partner, McKinsey Global Institute and Jeffrey Towson, Guanghua School of Management, Peking University

May 30, 2015 marked our inaugural YCW China Business Panel event in Shanghai. The series aims to engage with expertise in the business community. The playing field for foreign companies is changing in China. Inbound and outbound investments are shifting and the

Shanghai – ‘China’s One Belt, One Road Strategy: Prospects and Challenges’ with Mary Boyd, Director, Corporate Network Economist Intelligence Unit

Shanghai – ‘China’s One Belt, One Road Strategy: Prospects and Challenges’ with Mary Boyd, Director, Corporate Network Economist Intelligence Unit

Mary Boyd is responsible for program development and client servicing in Shanghai, and provides research and conceptual support on China for EIU’s Corporate Network programs. Before joining The Economist, she was in the Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs, serving on