U.S.-China Trade Updates


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U.S.-China Trade Tension Series Events


  • An ‘Economic Iron Curtain’ for US and China? (Jan 22, 2019)
    The 90-day trade war truce between the US and China will end on March 1. Can the two countries strike a deal to end the dispute or does an ‘Economic Iron Curtain’ loom for the world’s two biggest economies? In light of the latest Sino-US tension, AmCham’s Margaret Loo spoke with Steve Vickers, CEO at Steve Vickers Associates, to hear his prognosis on the wider implications for businesses.
  • Frank Lavin: Impact of midterm elections on U.S.-China trade relations (Nov 15, 2018)
    As the U.S. midterm elections drew to a close, we caught up with former Ambassador and Undersecretary of the Department of Commerce, Frank Lavin, to discuss the election results and the future of U.S.-China trade relations.
  • Stephen Roach and Minxin Pei: U.S.-China relations in the era of “coopetition (Sep 14, 2018)
  • On September 7, AmCham HK organized a very timely annual China Conference themed U.S. & China: Shaping the Future of Innovation & Technology. Taking this opportunity, Mr. Robert Grieves, Vice Chairman of AmCham HK sat down with world renowned academics, Prof. Stephen Roach and Prof. Minxin Pei, and to hear their insights on U.S.-China relations in the era of “coopetition.”
  • Clear Strategy on Trade From Washington Would Soothe (Aug 23, 2018)
    AmCham President Tara Joseph joined Stephen Engle and Doug Krizner on Bloomberg's Daybreak Asia discussed what’s at stake for American businesses in Hong Kong and China where trade negotiations are concerned. 

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