Master Class: Understanding China’s Military Civil Fusion (MCF) Strategy and its Practical Implications for Trade Compliance, Export Controls, and Third-Party Risk Management
This Master Class is ideal for those who conduct enhanced due diligence and financial crime investigations in Asia, develop or implement financial crime compliance frameworks, or oversee OFAC sanctions compliance.
- What is China’s “Military Civil Fusion” strategy?
- How to identify Chinese military companies using public records
- Case study: Chinese companies named under NDAA Section 1237 and their hundreds of subsidiaries
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