Future Proofing the US-China Relationship
Forty years on from the opening of China's domestic market to international business, US-China bilateral relations have endured ups and downs, from engagement to confrontation, with a mix of cooperation and competition thrown in for good measure. What will the next forty years bring, and is the dynamic of a dominant power yielding to a rising power inevitable?
The exercise of power often takes charge of people's lives.
There's no simple "walk away" from the power struggle between the two biggest economies in the world. People and Companies are at the forefront to suffer as collateral damage, often without protection.
What are the ways to navigate through the murky waters, uncover opportunities in China and future-proof your business for the age of unpredictability?
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39th President of the United States of America
Senior Vice President for Asia at U.S. Chamber of Commerce
Senior Fellow, Asia Program at Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Senior Adviser and Freeman Chair in China Studies at CSIS
Penner Family Chair in Asian Studies at Georgetown University
Vice-Chairperson of the Foreign Affairs Committee at China’s 13th National People’s Congress
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