U.S.-China Trade Tension Series Events
- U.S.-China Trade War on Hold: The View from Washington (Jun 11) - Highlight
- Dialogue with U.S.-China Business Council (May 15, Members Only) - Podcast
- Daggers Drawn: What does the U.S.-China Trade Standoff Mean for You? (May 7)
- The Oncoming Storm: U.S.-China Trade and Tariff Issues - Planning for the Impact on your Supply Chain (Apr 25)
News & Views
- RTHK Backchat: the latest on U.S.-China trade relations, feat. AmCham (Jun 21)
- Downward spiral of U.S.-China trade spat will hurt Hong Kong, commerce chief Edward Yau warns (Jun 21)
- U.S.-China trade developments are in focus for Asia markets (May 21)
- Tough negotiations as US-China trade talks kick off, but there's scope for compromise (May 15)
- Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross says China 'agreed to the concept' of reducing the trade deficit (May 11)
Podcast - Tune-in
- Jacob Parker on U.S.-China Trade Tension (May 15, 2018)
AmCham’s Margaret Loo had a conversation with Mr. Jacob Parker, Vice President of China Operations at U.S.- China Business Council
- One World, Two Systems (May 8, 2018)
Stephen Olson of the Hinrich Foundation and China Development Institute’s Dr Zhang Guoping, both research fellows, speak about the fundamental divide between the post-War global trading system led by the United States and the alternative model of a rapidly rising China.
- Partner Podcast: Tariffs, Tension and the Future of U.S.-China Trade (Mar 22)
In this episode we discuss recent U.S.-China trade tensions, what can be done to improve trade relations, and what U.S. businesses in China should be doing to minimize any associated negative impact. Special thanks to AmCham Shanghai
- Daniel Russel on U.S. - China Trade (Feb 5)
As U.S. - China trade tensions rise, AmCham President Tara Joseph speaks to Daniel Russel, Diplomat in residence at the Asia Society Institute and Former Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs.
About U.S. Washington D.C. Updates
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