How the 2020 Elections Will Impact US-China Relations
The 2020 Presidential and Congressional elections are nigh. Their outcomes will determine the makeup of the presidency, Congress, and state and local governments for at least the next two years, and may lead to significant US-China policy change. Understanding the implications of these pivotal elections is crucial for American companies in China.
AmCham Shanghai and USCBC welcome you to a joint breakfast briefing on the 2020 US elections. After opening remarks by AmCham and USCBC, a panel that includes Vice Chairman & Secretary General of Shanghai Development Research Foundation Qiao Yide; Economist Intelligence Unit Director Mary Boyd; USCBC Vice President Matt Margulies; and AmCham Shanghai President Ker Gibbs will discuss what the 2020 elections will mean for the US-China economic, political, and national security relationships.
This in-person event will take place on Thursday, September 3rd at 8:30AM in China at The Sukhothai Shanghai No.380 Weihai Road, Shanghai, China, 200041 Shanghai, China
This event is for USCBC member companies and invited guests only. Registration is required.