The Future of US-China Trade Relations and the Impact on State Economies
A Joint Eastern Trade Council US-China Business Council Digital Event
The Eastern Trade Council and the US-China Business Council (USCBC) is pleased to invite you to join us for a virtual discussion with President of the US-China Business Council President , Craig Allen, on the future of US-China Trade Relations and the Impact on State Economies December 17, 2020 at 2:00 P.M. EST.
US-China Trade supports seven million US jobs. With political tensions on the rise, what is the best course of action? Bilateral relations are at a critical crossroads. The ongoing trade war has cost US jobs, hurt farmers, stymied foreign direct investment, and increased prices for popular consumer goods. The ongoing trade war has cost US jobs, hurt farmers and lobster fisheries, stymied foreign direct investment, and increased prices for popular consumer goods. New policies are needed that reflect the need to strengthen national security while maintaining mutually beneficial commercial relations and avoiding wholesale decoupling. How do we thread this needle and how can states assist?
The session will take place on the USCBC’s Zoom platform and there will be ample time for questions from the audience.
This virtual event is complimentary but pre-registration is required. A meeting link will be provided after you register!