Bridge 2003 Executive
|Thursday, May 29, 2003||Ropers, Majeski, Kohn and Bentleyemail@example.com|
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Mr. Chi-Hung Chan,
Mr. Herman White,
Dr. Toru Nakamura,
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The second, Bridge 2003 Executive Forum held at the law offices of Ropers, Majeski, Kohn and Bentley brought business executives from a variety of industries together to share their experiences, challenges, insight and visions in the international marketplace.
Post Iraq War, SARs, and the extended global economic slump continue to challenge entrepreneurship, innovation, and global trade. Companies, individuals, governments and education institutions are looking to stimulate the economy in ways that have never been done before.
METI (Ministry of Economic Trade and Industry in Japan) and the technology universities are teaming up to incubate new companies and foster new technologies. New alliances and investment partnerships are forming. Trade and international tax laws are changing. And businesses are finally "getting down to business."
While the market hype of China has temporarily stalled, manufacturing is on the consolidation trend, reducing inventory, redundancies, and shoring up the bottomline. "Today, we are less focused on hitting the homeruns, but are concentrating on raising our batting averages".
And as the summer of 2003 begins, the name of the game is to "hang in there" and go the full nine innings. "Let's play ball."
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