Chinese Embassy Speaker Series with First Secretary Weng Xinyu
First Secretary Weng Xinyu characterized China’s Food and Drug Administration’s (CFDA) reforms as a change in philosophy—a shift from perceiving the regulators’ roles as gatekeepers to facilitators, when he spoke to US-China Business Council members Wednesday.
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Chinese Premier Li Keqiang speaks at USCBC event in New York
Premier Li Keqiang addressed important issues in the US-China economic relationship before more than 700 guests, three members of China’s Ministerial delegation, Dr. Henry Kissinger, chairs and presidents of the host organizations, and ranking business executives from USCBC, NCUSCR, and ECNY.
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Obama-Xi Summit: Small Steps Forward on Key Issues
The US-China Bilateral Investment Treaty (BIT), pledges to treat technology products in a non-discriminatory manner, and cooperation on climate change initiatives topped the outcomes resulting from President Obama and President Xi’s bilateral summit meeting this weekend in Hangzhou.The meeting, which was potentially their final summit and the eighth time the two have met, highlighted that despite challenges in the bilateral relationship, progress is being made on some key issues.
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