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The world's most important bilateral relationship remains fraught and contentious; there are more continuities than changes when it comes to US policy toward China under the Biden administration. The tectonic shift in global trade is driven by the complex interaction between national security and trade policy as a result of rising geopolitical tensions. The securitization of trade and investment policy will have an adverse impact on cross border capital flows over the long run.


2022 will continue to be a turbulent year for the global economy which presents immense challenges for business operation. With more China related bills been introduced in US Congress coupled with USTR's realignment of trade policy toward China, how should American businesses navigate through heightened regulatory risks?


As international investors remain bullish on the China market, what would be the investment landscape in the next 5 years? What is the outlook of US-China relations after the US midterm election? How will the world's 2 largest tech giants shape the future of the metaverse? What are the potential opportunities in the green economy as China moves toward carbon neutrality? What are the implications for multinational companies in a bifurcated world?


This twelve-part virtual series will bring together business and academic thought leaders from both China and the US to decipher issues that are shaping the future of global trade. This series is intended for business executives and the general public to stay informed of the latest business development in China and the US.

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