Tianjin Summer Davos, September 19, 2018 – E. J. McKay Chairman James Li, together with Jules Chappel, advisor to the Mayor of London, were featured in Xinhua News Agency’s TV interview during the Summer Davos in Tianjin, discussing the relationships between London and China. James Li said, the easy of conducting business in the uniform language of English, the rule of law in the UK, and the inclusiveness of London will continue to make it a highly attractive place for Chinese companies to do business and invest. When asked about the uniqueness of the Chinese market, James Li comments that the open-mindedness of the Chinese people and their willingness to embrace new ideas, new technologies, and differences, make China one of the most attractive markets for anyone in the world, on top of a population of 1.35 billion people. The synergy is tremendous, and mutual.
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About E. J. McKay
E. J. McKay is a Shanghai-based investment banking group specialized in structuring complex cross-border mergers & acquisitions, strategic partnerships, corporate finance and merchant banking transactions. Through its offices and strategic partnerships, the firm is present and active in major financial centers around the world. E. J. McKay has dedicated focus on China, and advises transactions both inbound and outbound, representing clients both local and multinational.