‘The honeymoon is over’: Israel and China at 30 years

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Ilan Maor, the Managing Partner of SHENG Enterprises was interviewed for an article on the Israel – China – USA triangle and shared some points from his experience and unique point of view, as a businessman and former senior diplomat:

Ilan Maor says he is no longer able to conduct business with China like he used to. After several years working in diplomatic offices in Taiwan, Shanghai, and Jerusalem, he pivoted to business and is now a managing partner with the investment group Sheng Enterprises.

He describes the “special” Israel-China relationship as one full of warmth and respect between two peoples with long histories and shared values that have resulted in great economic gain on both sides

But “aggressive” U.S. interference has gotten in the way, he says. “There are some opportunities that we had to lose or give up because we knew that trying to get it done would be very complicated, because of America’s positioning.”

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SHENG Enterprises listed in “101 Top Business Development Startups & Companies”

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We were glad and honored to see that SHENG Enterprises is included, for the second year in a row, in the list of “101 Top Business Development Startups & Companies”, published by Fi.

SHENG is proud to join the respected list, alongside with esteemed entities such as Hillhouse Capital, Wise Road Capital, AMCHAM China, Yum! China and more.

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Looking at China 2022 – Keeping track of changes

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SHENG’s Managing Partner and the President of the Israel – China Chamber of Commerce, was quoted speaking on the potential China presents to the Israeli companies, in an article marking the 30th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations, at Israel’s leading economic publication, The Marker.

Ilan Maor, the President of the Israel – China Chamber of Commerce and the managing partner of the SHENG-BDO Group emphasizes: “The potential in China combines a huge and growing market, a middle class that covers hundreds of millions of consumers and a large and growing industrial sector. In recent decades Chinese industry has undergone an accelerated technological development and is currently one of the world’s leading technological industries in a wide range of sectors. Chinese industrial companies represent attractive quality potential partners for the Israeli companies, no less and sometimes even more than their competitors in the US and Europe. “

The potential for Israeli companies in China lies in almost every field in which Israel can offer innovation. In any such situation it is worth considering entering the Chinese market.

The Marker –

December 2021

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Globes GO GLOBAL 2021 – Around the World in 30 Minutes

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SHENG’s Managing Partner Ilan Maor took part in the global panel “Around the world in 30m” held as part of the Go Global 2021 Conference of the Biz Center 50m+, the center for Israeli companies with 50m NIS and above. The event was co-hosted by our partners in BDO Israel, as well as Bank Mizrachi and the Globes.

The panel discussed the situation in some of the main global markets – China, India, and USA. The opportunities, and challenges, and how to best prepare and strategize… Going global is a strategic and critical mission and require proper evaluation and preparations.

 The members of the panel were: Anat Bernstein-Reich, the CEO of BDO Consulting Israel-India Investment Banking and Business Development; Tomer Nitzan, Head of BDO US-Israel Desk; and Michal Niddam, the Head of Int’l Financing Department at Foreign Trade Administration, and the moderator Mirit Mashiach.

Globes –

December 2021

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