Please join us for a Kelley Drye Webinar on March 29th. “Hot Market/Cold War: Is China Your Best Customer or Your Biggest Threat?” will feature a one-hour discussion between Kelley Drye International Trade and Government Relations partner, Paul Rosenthal, and Senior International Trade/Government Relations Advisor, Bill Reinsch, moderated by International Trade Chair, John Herrmann. This is sure to be an interesting and informative discussion on current and future economic relations between the U.S. and China. We hope you can join us.
Hot Market / Cold War: Is China Your Best Customer or Your Biggest Threat?
March 29th 12:00 – 1:00 PM ET
Relations between the United States and China have been tumultuous over the last decade -especially in recent years – however, trade and investment ties remain robust between these two economic powers. In this one-hour webinar we will discuss the state of U.S. – China relations and how they have evolved in recent years; whether and where the U.S. should focus on strategic competition or seek cooperative action; the challenges business face doing business in or with China; and what role the Biden Administration, U.S. Congress and other global economic and trade institutions may play in the determining the path forward. Our discussion will feature Kelley Drye International Trade and Government Relations partner, Paul Rosenthal, and Kelley Drye Senior International Trade/Government Relations Advisor, Bill Reinsch, and be moderated by Kelley Drye International Trade Chair, John Herrmann.
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