The China Paradox: Geopolitics, Chinese Economic Policy, and What It Means for US Businesses 

In the coming years, China will overtake the United States as the world's largest economy. Already, China's economy is larger than Japan, Germany, and India combined. China remains the United States largest trading partner, yet there is growing bipartisan concern in the United States about China's actions on a range of issues that are in direct conflict with US values and interests.  

Businesses across the country and around the world are working to understand China's geopolitical ambitions, its economic and trade strategies, and what it means for business. Companies that seek to understand and adapt to the tectonic shifts that are occurring will continue to prosper while those that fail to do so should expect increasingly significant headwinds in the years to come.  

Join World Trade Center Utah, the Orrin G. Hatch Foundation, and the US-China Business Council to learn from America's top China policy and business leaders in a three-day seminar. The seminar series is free of charge to provide US businesses with a deeper understanding of:

In the coming years, China will overtake the United States as the world's largest economy. Already, China's economy is larger than Japan, Germany, and India combined. China remains the United States largest trading partner, yet there is growing bipartisan concern in the United States about China's actions on a range of issues that are in direct conflict with US values and interests.  

Businesses across the country and around the world are working to understand China's geopolitical ambitions, its economic and trade strategies, and what it means for business. Companies that seek to understand and adapt to the tectonic shifts that are occurring will continue to prosper while those that fail to do so should expect increasingly significant headwinds in the years to come.  

The World Trade Center Utah, the Orrin G. Hatch Foundation, and the US-China Business Council gathered together and discussed America's top China policy and business leaders in a three-day seminar. The seminar series was free of charge to provide US businesses with a deeper understanding of:

Event Details

When:
Wednesday, March 24, 2021 - 10:00am to 12:00pm

Registration

Cost:
Free