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PUBLISHED : Thursday, 01 March, 2012, 12:00am
UPDATED : Thursday, 01 March, 2012, 12:00am

Today: German Chamber of Commerce Lunch: 'In which industries will China win?... The rise of China's economy and Chinese enterprises has left the rest of the world wondering what comes next'. Foreign Correspondent's Club.

French Chamber of Commerce event: 'India: past performances and future challenges'. American Club, Central.

Hong Kong Securities Institute event: 'Private banking and wealth management trends in Asia'. Speaker: Ms Emily Lam, of PricewaterhouseCoopers. HKSI Training Centre. HKSI.

Friday: COL Limited event. 'Smarten up HR management workshop: How much do you know about late employees/overtime work'. KITEN, Kowloon Bay.

Australian Chamber of Commerce: International Women's Day lunch. Grand Hyatt.

Monday, March 5: French Chamber of Commerce event: 'The Taiwan elections consequences, and update on the China political situation'. French Chamber. On Hing Building, Central.

Italian Chamber of Commerce lunch seminar: 'The Hong Kong Office Market - Short term volatility and long term strategy'. Kinwick Centre.

Wednesday, March 7: French Chamber of Commerce event. 'How regulation is changing the face of banking'. French Chamber, Central.

Canadian Chamber of Commerce lunch: 'The business of a better world'. Kinwick Centre, Central.

Canadian Chamber of Commerce event: 'How do small retailers survive or succeed in Hong Kong's property market?' Kinwick Centre, Central.

Thursday, March 8: French Chamber of Commerce event. 'Turning crisis into profit: How to make money investing in property'. French Chamber, Central. Canadian Chamber of Commerce lunch: China water risk: A liquidity crunch of the real kind?' Kinwick Centre.

Australian Chamber of Commerce lunch seminar: 'Education - the confusing school landscape of Hong Kong explained'. CPA Australia, Wan Chai

Friday, March 9: German Chamber of Commerce Breakfast: 'First Mover advantage in RMB - Can you afford not to have a RMB strategy in Asia?' Standard Chartered Bank Building, Central.

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