USCBC 47th Annual Membership Meeting

Please join the US-China Business Council (USCBC) and experts from business, academic, and policymaking sectors for our two day virtual 47th Annual Membership Meeting. This conference will provide an overview of business, political, and economic trends in US-China relations, innovation in science and technology in China, business operations perspectives on restarting the supply chain, and the implications of the 2020 US presidential elections on China policy in the years ahead.

Day One - June 9:

Political and Economic Outlooks on China

  • Nicholas R. Lardy, Anthony M. Solomon Senior Fellow, PIIE

  • Ryan Hass, Fellow and Michael H. Armacost Chair, Brookings Institution

  • Melanie Hart, Senior Fellow; Director, China Policy, Center for American Progress

Innovation in Science and Technology in China

  • Jason Matusow, General Manager, Corporate Standards, Microsoft

  • Scott Kennedy, Senior Adviser and Trustee Chair in Chinese Business and Economics, CSIS

  • Jeffrey A. May, Vice President, Global Public Policy, Merck

Keynote Remarks: Chinese Perspective on US-China Relations 

  • Minister Li Kexin, Deputy Chief of Mission, Embassy of the People's Republic of China to the United States of America

Day Two - June 10:

Business Operations in China: Restarting the Supply Chain

  • Emily Beline, Senior Counsel, FedEx

  • Jason McNeil, Vice President Global Sourcing and Quality Customer Satisfaction, Autozone

  • Owen Haacke, Chief Shanghai Representative, US-China Business Council

2020 Presidential elections: Implications for China policy

Keynote Panel: US Perspectives on US-China Relations

  • Jason Hafemeister, Secretary’s Trade Counsel, US Department of Agriculture

  • Alan Turley, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Commerce for China and Mongolia, US Department of Commerce

  • Jonathan Fritz, Deputy Assistant Secretary for China, Mongolia, and Taiwan Coordination, US Department of State


 

Full conference agenda here.


Program highlights:

  • Gain strategic intelligence and insight on the latest economic and political developments affecting commercial relations with China
  • Listen to presentations from expert first-hand observers on China’s economy and politics, and key issues facing companies

USCBC Member* Registration: $38 per day

*Non-member registration is available to USCBC member-prospect companies only. Qualified member-prospects include US-incorporated companies involved in trade and investment in China. Please see our website for more details.
Cancellations for refunds must be received in writing by 5:00 pm EDT, Wednesday, June 3, 2020. No-shows will be billed.

Special thanks to Merck for their generous support in partially underwriting our 47th Annual Membership Meeting. 

Thank you for joining the US-China Business Council (USCBC) and experts from business, academic, and policymaking sectors for our two day virtual 47th Annual Membership Meeting. This conference provided an overview of business, political, and economic trends in US-China relations, innovation in science and technology in China, business operations perspectives on restarting the supply chain, and the implications of the 2020 US presidential elections on China policy in the years ahead.

Day One - June 9:

Political and Economic Outlooks on China

  • Nicholas R. Lardy, Anthony M. Solomon Senior Fellow, PIIE

  • Ryan Hass, Fellow and Michael H. Armacost Chair, Brookings Institution

  • Melanie Hart, Senior Fellow; Director, China Policy, Center for American Progress

Innovation in Science and Technology in China

  • Jason Matusow, General Manager, Corporate Standards, Microsoft

  • Scott Kennedy, Senior Adviser and Trustee Chair in Chinese Business and Economics, CSIS

  • Jeffrey A. May, Vice President, Global Public Policy, Merck

Keynote Remarks: Chinese Perspective on US-China Relations 

  • Minister Li Kexin, Deputy Chief of Mission, Embassy of the People's Republic of China to the United States of America

Day Two - June 10:

Business Operations in China: Restarting the Supply Chain

  • Emily Beline, Senior Counsel, FedEx

  • Jason McNeil, Vice President Global Sourcing and Quality Customer Satisfaction, Autozone

  • Owen Haacke, Chief Shanghai Representative, US-China Business Council

2020 Presidential elections: Implications for China policy

Keynote Panel: US Perspectives on US-China Relations

  • Jason Hafemeister, Secretary’s Trade Counsel, US Department of Agriculture

  • Alan Turley, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Commerce for China and Mongolia, US Department of Commerce

  • Jonathan Fritz, Deputy Assistant Secretary for China, Mongolia, and Taiwan Coordination, US Department of State


 

Full conference agenda here

Meeting packet for Day One

Meeting packet for Day Two


Special thanks to Merck for their generous support in partially underwriting our 47th Annual Membership Meeting. 

Event Details

When:
Tuesday, June 9, 2020 - 8:30am to Wednesday, June 10, 2020 - 12:15pm

Registration

Deadline:
Tuesday, June 9, 2020 - 5:00pm
Cost:
$38 per day

Event Contact

Contact:
Vivian Zhu
Phone:
202-429-0340 ext. 208