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Trade Talk: Understanding the Trade and Competitiveness Landscape Between the U.S. and China

Trade Talk: Understanding the Trade and Competitiveness Landscape Between the U.S. and China

Date:
Tuesday, December 1, 2020
Time:
11:30am - 1:00pm
Time Zone:
Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
Audience:
  All Department of Commerce Staff  

Description:

Presented by the International Trade Administration in partnership with the Commerce Research Library

Ongoing U.S.-China trade relations (influenced by the Phase 1 trade deal) have exposed vulnerabilities in the U.S. supply chain and amplified matters of national security between the two countries. Three experts with backgrounds in industry, government, and academia will share their thoughts on U.S.-Chinese competitiveness and how the U.S. government can effectively respond to Chinese trade policies to bolster the bilateral relationship. Topics which may be covered include key U.S. economic issues such as the trade deficit, capital flows, Research & Development, along with onshoring and diversifying product supply chains.

Moderated by:
Nazak Nikakhtar, Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Industry & Analysis

Featuring:
Charles Freeman, Senior Vice President for Asia, U.S. Chamber of Commerce
Brian McCarthy, Chief Strategist, MacroLens
Michael Pettis, Nonresident Senior Fellow, Carnegie-Tsinghua Center for Global Policy

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