Myron Brilliant on Corporate Risk in China

Senior Counselor Myron Brilliant recently spoke to the New York Times on their recent article, "China Is Full of Risks. So Why Can’t Corporate America Leave?"

Doing business in China, once seen as a can’t-miss opportunity, poses a troubling quandary: Reasons to stay can be as compelling as the reasons to retreat.

“There is a recognition among C.E.O.s that they need to mitigate some risks,” said Myron Brilliant, a senior counselor at Dentons Global Advisors-ASG. “They don’t want to ignore the market, but everyone has their eyes wide open in this environment.”

“With the degree of uncertainty hanging over China’s economic direction, it would be malpractice for corporate executives to stand pat,” he said.

Read more: China Is Full of Risk For U.S. Companies - The New York Times (