U.S.-China Business Cooperation
Indiana University and several of its research centers and schools in business, law and international studies held a conference on U.S.-China business cooperation April 15-17, 2009. The conference was designed to assist entrepreneurs and promote the prosperity of both countries. More than 50 speakers from China and the United States participated in the free conference, "U.S.-China Business Cooperation in the 21st Century: Opportunities and Challenges for Entrepreneurs."
A crowd gathers in the University Place Conference Center on the Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis campus for the start of the U.S.-China Business event.
Yang Wei (left), president of Zhejiang University, and IU President Michael McRobbie participated in one of the many panel discussions.
IU Vice President for Engagement Bill Stephan speaks with attendees of the U.S.-China Business Cooperation conference prior to their tour of Cook Pharmica LLC.
Soufun.com CEO and IU alum Vincent Mo speaks about his business as part of the U.S.-China Business Cooperation Conference.