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Chicago China Development Corporation (CCDC) in Shanghai
The Chicago China Development Corporation is a public-private, not-for-profit corporation to help Chinese companies expand into the United States and aid Chicago businesses with a presence in China. The organization will increase Chicago's viability and attractiveness to Chinese investors, and aid small and medium businesses make an impact on Chinese markets.

Chicago Sister Cities
Since Chicago's first Sister Cities agreement in 1960, the city has continued to forge these international relationships, and today has 28 sister cities. The Chicago Sister Cities International Program works to foster international exchange with these cities on topics ranging from trade to social services and education.

State of Illinois Office of Trade and Investment Foreign Offices
This Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity website provides information on export assistance programs, foreign direct investment, and trade-specific statistics. Offices are located in Toronto, Canada; Mexico City, Mexico; Brussels, Belgium; Warsaw, Poland; Jerusalem, Israel; New Delhi, India; Hong Kong, China; Shanghai, China; and Tokyo, Japan.

University Campuses:

Loyola University Chicago, Beijing Center
Located at Beijing University of International Business and Economics in the Chaoyang district, The Beijing Center hosts students from more than 25 U.S. Jesuit universities and more than 20 other American schools for a variety of academic semester and year programs. Two summer programs, China Voice and ChinaGreen, are also offered.

Loyola University Chicago, Rome Center
The John Felice Rome Center, a satellite campus of Loyola University Chicago, offers more than 40 academic courses per semester, all in English save for Italian language courses. Summer, semester, and year-long study programs are available to students.

University of Chicago, Center in Paris
The Center in Paris is the University of Chicago's research and teaching arm in Europe, an intellectual community of faculty, graduate and undergraduate students representing our traditionally strong ties to European thought and culture. The Center is located in the 13th arrondissement, between the newly expanded campus of the University of Paris VII and the French National Library.

University of Chicago, Graduate School of Business, Europe Campus (London)
The Executive MBA Program Europe makes its home in London at the Woolgate Exchange, located at 25 Basinghall Street. A city of central importance to Europe and the global economy, London offers many opportunities to educate our students, partner with our corporate supporters, and deepen connections among our many alumni, more than 1,700 of whom live in Europe.

University of Chicago, Graduate School of Business, Asia Campus (Singapore)
Known worldwide as a thriving, dynamic center for commerce and industry, Singapore's central location, excellent facilities, cleanliness, and fascinating cultural contrasts make it an ideal location for The University of Chicago Booth School of Business in Asia. Chicago Booth's Asia campus occupies the historic House of Tan Yeok Nee in the heart of Singapore's business and government district.

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