John Schuyler, Assurance Services Partner, was quoted in Your Public Media article "CT Firms Seek Chinese Investors"
The following is an excerpt from the article:
Connecticut has many links with China, and companies from the state have been on successful trade missions to sell goods there. But this weekend a different kind of mission will set out for China – one that aims to bring investment back to the state. WNPR’s Harriet Jones reports.
Connecticut has had links with China’s Shandong province, its sister state for some 25 years. John Schuyler of accounting and advisory firm Marcum, was among the representatives who went out with that very first twinning mission. He’s been back more recently.
“Between 1989 and 2008 I had not been back to Shandong. And Jinan was unrecognizable. It was like changing centuries.”
Jinan, the capital of Shandong is now a high-tech center – one with plenty of wealth.