DCBA hosted a successful New Energy event at the Iroquois Club.
Detroit, MI — China (Guangdong)-USA (Michigan) Economic & Trade Cooperation Conference, a high-level meeting to enhance cooperation between Chinese and American companies, took place at the Renaissance Center in Downtown Detroit on Monday, April 13, 2015.
Co-hosted by Detroit Chinese Business Association (DCBA) and Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC), the event witnessed over 150 participants from both China and the US, mostly in the automotive and manufacturing industries.
On April 16, we delivered a successful Forging Global Relationships at Iroquois Club. A group of Chinese manufacturing delegates come to Michigan looking for business opportunities. Mr. Matt Gibb of Oakland County, and Mayor Michael J. Dul, City of Bloomfield Hills attended to this networking as our special speakers to welcome Chinese delegation. Over 80 people participated by engaging in conversation with Chinese delegation and learning more about their business scopes. We would like to extend our appreciation to all of our sperkers and guests.
Detroit’s Recovery Road: an Urban Sample Translated by Alina Dong
The largest US municipal bankruptcy case has ended. One and a half year after announcing bankruptcy, Detroit is officially out of bankruptcy through legal procedures, and facing the task of restoring the normal operation and reinvigorating the industries. What kinds of growth potential does this emerging market of United States have
Chinese capital “transfusion” brings Nexteer “back to life” Translated by Alina Dong
Over the past five years, Nexteer, an automotive steering and driveline company headquartered in Michigan, has transformed from GM’s business sector struggling over financial problems to a Hong Kong-listed company with stable profits and rapid growth.
(消息来源：21世纪经济报道 特派记者 叶慧珏 | News Source: 21st Century Business Herald Accredited Journalist - Emily Ye）
A+! A year after Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan took office Translated by Alina Dong
After a year of his tenure, Mike Duggan got an A+.
Mayor Duggan, who took office in January 2014, is the first elected mayor in Detroit city after Emergency Manager Kevyn Orr took over the city’s financial operations and filed for bankruptcy.
（消息来源：21世纪经济报道 特派记者 叶慧珏 | News Source: 21st Century Business Herald Accredited Journalist - Emily Ye）
To complete overall planning of Detroit rejuvenation before fall
Translated by Alina Dong
To Rodrick T. Miller, president and CEO of Detroit Economic Growth Corporation (DEGC), several months after taking office, the hardest thing to get used to is probably the cold winter in Detroit.