Trump’s China Visit: Impact on the US-China Economic Relationship

Following US President Trump’s official visit to China—part of a 13-day, 5-country tour of Asia—what can businesses expect the impact to be on US-China economic relations? What is next following the meeting in terms of official US-China economic dialogue, economic reforms, and business opportunities?
 
The US-China Business Council and American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai are pleased to host a breakfast panel discussion to discuss the outcomes of President Trump’s visit.
 
Panel:

  • David Frey (Partner, Markets Strategy and National Head of U.S.-China Strategic Corridor at KPMG)
  • Zhang Haibing (Executive Director of Institute for World Economy Studies at the Shanghai Institute for International Studies)
  • Rob Schmitz (Shanghai Correspondent at NPR)

 

This event is for members and invited guests of USCBC and Amcham Shanghai only. Registration is required and seating is limited.

Following US President Trump’s official visit to China—part of a 13-day, 5-country tour of Asia, the US-China Business Council and American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai hosted a breakfast panel discussion on the outcomes of President Trump’s visit. Topics included the impact of President Trump’s visit on US-China economic relations, and what to expect following the meeting in terms of official US-China economic dialogue, economic reforms, and business opportunities. The breakfast panel featured David Frey (Partner, Markets Strategy and National Head of U.S.-China Strategic Corridor at KPMG), Zhang Haibing (Executive Director of Institute for World Economy Studies at the Shanghai Institute for International Studies), and Rob Schmitz (Shanghai Correspondent at NPR).

Event Details

When:
Friday, November 17, 2017 - 8:00am to 9:45am
Where:
Four Seasons Hotel
500 Weihai Rd
Shanghai
31
China

Registration

Deadline:
Wednesday, November 15, 2017 - 5:00pm
Cost:
RMB 250 at the door

Event Contact

Contact:
Owen Haacke
Phone:
86-21-6288-3840