The 100-Day Trade Plan and the Future of US-China Relations

US President Trump and China President Xi ended their first summit in April with an agreement to a 100-day plan to address US-China trade issues. During the 100 days, which is expected to go through mid-July this year, both the US and China are proposing ideas to improve the US-China trade and economic relationship.

The US-China Business Council (USCBC) and AmCham Shanghai are pleased to invite you to a lunch panel discussion with AmCham Shanghai President Kenneth Jarrett, USCBC Vice President Jake Parker, and Fudan University Professor Song Guoyou, and moderated by Control Risks Senior Partner Kent Kedl on May 25 to discuss the 100-day plan, the trajectory of the US-China relationship at the end of the 100 days, and what it may mean for US companies operating in China.

This event is for members and invited guests of USCBC and AmCham Shanghai only. Registration is required. Please only register with one association.