THE CHINA FACTOR: New York’s Baruch College is scheduled to host a panel next week addressing China’s growing role in global trade since the nation’s admission to the World Trade Organization. Panelists to speak at the event, called “China and The WTO: Progress and Challenges Ahead,” include: Frank Kelly, vice president of trade compliance and government affairs for Liz Claiborne Inc.; John Holden, president of the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations; Huang Xiaojun, manager of the economic research department at the Bank of China; Daniel Rosen, a former adviser to the Clinton administration and author of “Open Door: Foreign Enterprises in the Chinese Marketplace”; He Wei Wen, commercial counsel for China; Xiaolin Zhou, an attorney with Jun He Law Offices, and Bill Ralph, president of the Journal of Commerce. The event is to be held Nov. 6 at Baruch’s conference center at 151 East 25 Street in Manhattan.

This story first appeared in the October 29, 2002 issue of WWD.  Subscribe Today.