Beyond Tariffs: Curbing abuse of US trade laws and moving towards a constructive solution with China
As the costs of the US-China trade dispute and escalating tariff actions continue to mount, the burning question is where do we go from here? How do we deescalate and still address the real concerns around intellectual property rights protection and technology transfer? And what can be done to end the self-damaging ratcheting up of tariffs, and prevent the abuse of US trade laws, including Section 301 and the International Emergency Economic Powers Act (IEEPA)? The US-China Business Council is pleased to host Dan Griswold, Senior Research Fellow and Director of Trade and Immigration at George Mason University Mercatus Center, for a conversation on alternatives to tariffs to move towards a more constructive solution for dealing with China’s unfair trade practices. A trade policy expert, Griswold has written extensively on the benefits of trade and globalization to America, and can share insights on the scope of US trade laws and potential for reform.
This event is for USCBC member companies and invited guests only. Registration is required.