Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is visiting China on a trip marking 25 years of ties between Israel and China.

A limited number of Israeli businesses were invited to join the Prime Minister and a list of Israeli and Chinese government officials, with the aim of strengthening the already powerful business relations between the two countries.

Among those invited was Joey T. Shabot, operating shareholder of Greenberg Traurig’s Tel Aviv office, who met with both Chinese and Israeli business leaders and government officials.

Dawn Zhang, co- managing shareholder of Greenberg Traurig’s Shanghai office, and Wayne H. Elowe, co-chair of Greenberg Traurig’s Atlanta Corporate & Securities Practice, joined Joey for an opportunity to learn more about the Israeli delegation and the ever developing Israel – China business ties.

Greenberg Traurig is the only major international law firm with registered, multidisciplinary offices in Israel and China.

Israeli Delegation with Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu. Joey T. Shabot on far right of the third row from the top. Photo credit: Haim Zach GPO

Israeli Delegation with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Joey T. Shabot on far right of the third row from the top.
Photo credit: Haim Zach GPO

 

Joey T. Shabot with Israeli Minister of Health, MK Rabbi Yakov Litzman

Joey T. Shabot with Israeli Minister of Health MK Rabbi Yakov Litzman

 

Joey T. Shabot with Director General to the Office of the Prime Minister of Israel, Eli Groner

Joey T. Shabot with Director General to the Office of the Prime Minister of Israel Eli Groner

 

Left to right: Joey T. Shabot, Wayne H. Elowe and Dawn Zhang

Left to right: Joey T. Shabot, Wayne H. Elowe, and Dawn Zhang