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12:00-1:45pm. China stands to be an early focus of the new administration after taking the blame for much of America's economic ills during President-elect Donald Trump's election campaign. How far will Trump go in carrying through pledges to put a 45% tariff on Chinese imports and officially label the country a currency manipulator? New trade barriers would be unwelcome amid the slowdown in China and Hong Kong but Trump's plan to abandon the Trans-Pacific Partnership and turn attention inward could help Beijing to strengthen links with other Asian nations and give new lift to the Belt and Road Initiative.
First 15-20 minutes is for networking
Sandwiches & beverages included
 
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Cynthia Chan  cchan@amcham.org.hk
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