The Path Forward for US-China Trade Relations

The Trump Administration recently decided to extend U.S.-China trade negotiations beyond the initial March 1 deadline, noting the talks had made “substantial progress.” However, significant questions remain on whether the two sides will reach a deal, what that deal might look like, and the implications for the trajectory of U.S.-China relations and companies doing business in China. Amb. Craig Allen will provide insight on where the bilateral relationship is headed, including the dynamics at play in the ongoing negotiations, what to expect from the potential meeting between the two leaders in late-March, as well as the potential impact of reforms to export controls and investment restrictions to companies in the high-tech space.

This event is open to the public. Registration is required.

The Trump Administration recently decided to extend U.S.-China trade negotiations beyond the initial March 1 deadline, noting the talks had made “substantial progress.” However, significant questions remain on whether the two sides will reach a deal, what that deal might look like, and the implications for the trajectory of U.S.-China relations and companies doing business in China. On March 14, Amb. Craig Allen provided insight on where the bilateral relationship is headed, including the dynamics at play in the ongoing negotiations, what to expect from the potential meeting between the two leaders in late-March, as well as the potential impact of reforms to export controls and investment restrictions to companies in the high-tech space.

Event Details

When:
Thursday, March 14, 2019 - 4:30pm to 6:00pm
Where:
901 5th Ave
Conference Room
Seattle, WA 98164
United States

Registration

Deadline:
Thursday, March 14, 2019 - 4:00pm
Cost:
$15 - Washington State China Relations Council - Member
$30 - Washington State China Relations Council - Non-Member