CGA Monthly Bulletin (March 2019)

Date: Mar 2019
Featured Events
The China Debt Capital Markets Summit
The annual China Debt Capital Markets Summit will return on 28 March 2019 in Beijing. This Summit will bring together over 650 domestic and international investors with issuers and prospective issuers to discuss the future of China’s capital markets, and address the key opportunities and challenges for offshore investors and financial intermediaries.
Key discussions will focus on:
China’s capital markets: Amid the trade war, is China still opening up?
Foreign investors: What comes next?
Chinese issuers: How to navigate a chaotic offshore bond market?
Panda bonds: Ready for takeoff?
Looking to the future: Is there room for optimism?
Focus sessions on Green bonds / Navigating China Credit / The Middle East and China
For details and registration, please click here.
Other Event
23-24 May (Sanya)
Soccerex China will take place on 23 and 24 May 2019 in Sanya, Hainan Province with the support of the Asian Football Confederation and the Chinese Football Association. The two-day football business event will be hosted at the Mangrove Tree Convention Centre, which is part of the Mangrove Tree Resort World Sanya Bay. In coordination with an advisory board of market experts, including representatives from Mailman Group and China Media Management, Soccerex China will deliver a programme of insight focused on the commercial potential of football in China and the National Football Development Plan.
For details and registration, please click here.
New Members
The Monterey Bay International Trade Association (MBITA) is a global trade association that has been operating throughout California for 25 years. MBITA manages the longstanding and popular global trade portal which was established with a grant from the EDA of the U.S. Department of Commerce (USDOC) in 1995 and is known as the California’s gateway to global trade.
Founded in May 2015 and licensed for radio and TV program production, Hui Rong focuses on copyrights trading, adaptation and production as well as distribution for movies, TV series and TV programs.
Its business scope includes: government relations, international cultural exchanges, organization of international and domestic performances, import, filing and distribution of foreign audiovisual products, design and production of movies and TV series, design and production of TV programs as well as incubation of video IPs.
Content Highlights
Oil service providers hope to share $20b cash
Asoko Insight
As Uganda prepares for the development and production phases of the oil sector with expected investments worth $20b over the next five years, local service providers are upbeat and planning as to how they could share the multi-billion cash.
This was the mood during the national content conference for Ugandan companies organised by the Petroleum Authority of Uganda.
The meeting, which was held at the weekend in Kampala, discussed the huge capital requirements, capacity gaps and inexperience in business and competition.
Oman: Solid growth in 2019, but debt issues too
Arabia Monitor
The 2019 budget points to efforts by the government to accelerate growth in the non-oil economy through greater emphasis on economic diversification, coupled with the implementation of quick-win initiatives proposed under the National Program for Enhancing Economic Diversification. The budget includes allocations for the five sectors: manufacturing, logistics, tourism, fisheries and mining.
The government acknowledges that revenues from these sectors depend significantly on private sector investment and, accordingly, is seeking to improve the business environment by emphasising foreign and domestic investment.
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