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THANKS TO THE GENEROSITY OF:

Kerr, Russell and Weber, PLC

KPMG, LLP

Miller Canfield, PLC

Rehmann

Cats Co

Hylant Group, Inc.

Mellen, Smith & Pivoz, PLC

Deloitte LLP

Fleishman Hillard

Clayton & McKervey, P.C.

Comerica

Corrigan Air & Sea

DTE Energy

Fidelity National Title

NAI Farbman

North Cal Wood Products Inc

Rudolph/Libbe Companies

Young Basile

UHY

 

DIRECT INQUIRIES THROUGH THEIR WEBSITE

 

Detroit Celebrates the Year of Horse at COBO

Written by Qi Mao & Jim Cook

Governor Rick Snyder and 450 celebrants attended Detroit Chinese Business Association’s (DCBA) “Year of the Horse” Gala at COBO’s Grand Ballroom February 27.   Jerry Xu, president of DCBA, welcomed the numerous business leaders and professionals from both US and China.  Hai An City, just outside Shanghai, even sent a delegation led by the mayor of this city of one million, to celebrate DCBA’s Chinese New Year in Detroit. Read more please hold CTRL and click here.

Detroit Toasts All Time High in China Trade

Written by Michael Barris in Detroit (China Daily USA)

Increasing ties between China and the city of Detroit will benefit both sides, particularly in helping China to solve growth-related problems. That was the message of the Detroit Chinese Business Association's 2014 Chinese New Year Gala.

"We all can benefit exponentially by transforming this city," DCBA business and community development director Milan Stevanovich said in an interview during the black-tie dinner at the Cobo Center in downtown Detroit. Read more please hold CTRL and click here.

Michigan benefits from long-sighted ties building with Chinese

Written by Michael Barris (China Daily USA)

In business, Rick Snyder says, deals are not the way to success - "It's building a relationship that goes on for years".

That, for the Michigan governor, was the value of the Detroit Chinese Business Association's (DCBA) Chinese New Year Gala. The black-tie affair at the Cobo Center in downtown Detroit not only celebrated the Year of the Horse: it highlighted the non-profit group's nearly two decades of developing and promoting US-China business, trades and exchanges. Read more please hold CTRL and click here.

Chinese Investors Aren't Snatching Up Detroit Property, Yet

By Sarah Cwiek from NPR

Jerry Xu, president of the Detroit Chinese Business Association, agrees. While most Chinese investment in Detroit thus far has been in the automotive industry, real estate has also become a hot topic in China, Xu says.Read more please hold CTRL and click here

Detroit Chinese Business Association and China Entrepreneur network sponsor China Seminars

On Monday afternoon, the Detroit Chinese Business Association (DCBA) and China Entrepreneur Network sponsored lectures at University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business and Michigan State University’s Center for Systems Integration and Sustainability.   The audience listened to profound and insightful thoughts from some of the most distinguished authorities on the subject of China’s most vexing economic and social challenges.  The economic challenge is to design a monetary and fiscal policy to insure a soft landing to shrink rather than collapse the looming asset bubble.  The social challenge is how to execute a quality of life upgrade for China’s forgotten rural peasants. Read more please hold CTRL and click here

Special thanks to the DCBA annual sponsors and Gala sponsors: ZYNP, MEDC, Lucerne International, Hai'an China, Oakland County, DTE Energy, General Motors, Walker Miller, Corrigan Air & Sea, for generous support.

Special thanks to the Governor Snyder, Mr.Jacques Panis, Mr. Weidong Lu, Mr. Kenneth Barrett, Mr. Eddie Wang, Ms. Heather Paquette for their impressive keynote speech.

WELCOME NEW MEMBER

 WorldBusiness Capital, Inc. (WBC) is a commercial finance company that offers flexible term loans up to $10 million helping small and midsize businesses compete in the global marketplace. WBC is very active in promoting two-way trade and investment between U.S. and China.  WBC offers Chinese businesses attractive financing for their purchases of new U.S.-made equipment, technology, and related services. WBC also offers loans for Chinese businesses to invest and expand in the United States. WBC’s loans may complement other sources of debt and equity capital.

Keyrole supply chain inc is to take aim at being a minority company to provide opportunities between US and Chinese business, from consulting, logistics, purchasing, consolidation,  to  become representative for our clients. Along the way, we alliance ourselves with transportation professionals, trucking, warehousing, and logistics solutions. Contact: Ken Chan (Cell) 416-833-4167

We are proud to be a member of the DCBA Team

To view and download more gala photos, please hold CTRL and click here