Food Products Pharmaceuticals Medical Devices
The U.S. Trade and Development Agency is hosting three Executive Leadership Training programs for China’s Food and Drug Administration, the CFDA. The training programs will be supported with business briefings and meetings with U.S. market leaders and government agencies . These programs will take place from July 2017 through 2018. Each program will focus on either pharmaceuticals, food products, or medical devices.
USTDA’s funding for the three training programs will support top line issues under the U.S.-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue and the U.S.-China Joint Commission on Commerce and Trade, the JCCT.
PHM International is the proud IQC contractor developing and facilitating these programs. For additional information please contact us.
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Limited Sponsorships and Underwriting are available for U.S. companies.
For information on Sponsoring one of the events please contact Mr. Drew Arvary at DrewA@phmintl.com or call +1 305 833 6526
Each program will include approximately 24 high level executives from China’s Food and Drug Agency.
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