Eastern vehicle production topic of Asian Forum

March 27, 2014 | Events, UToday, — Languages, Literature and Social Sciences, Business and Innovation
By Staff

“Asian Automotive Firms: Emerging Challenges and Opportunities” will be the topic of the next Asian Forum, which will take place Wednesday, April 2.

The Asian Studies Institute will host the luncheon from 12:30 to 1:40 p.m. in Stranahan Hall North Room 3140.

Schedule to speak are Dr. Paul Hong, UT professor of information operations and technology management; Dr. Huilan Zhang, UT doctoral student in manufacturing and technology management; and Dr. Yue Zhang, UT assistant professor of information operations and technology management.

“They will discuss the growth patterns of the Asian automotive firms, their emerging strategic challenges and opportunities, and the implications to North American markets,” said Dr. Gene Chang, UT professor of economics and director of the Asian Studies Institute, who will moderate the talk.

Pizza and refreshments will be provided at the free, public forum.
For more information, contact Chang at gene.chang@utoledo.edu or 419.530.4677.

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