The fist high level US-China summit under the Biden administration got off to a bumpy start: both sides remain far apart on the key issues shaping the bilateral relationship. While the first high level dialogue is important to keep communication channel open, neither American nor Chinese senior officials keep their hopes high that a breakthrough will be achieved soon.
What is the future prospect of US-China relationship after the Alaska Summit? How will both sides work together to find a new equilibrium? What's next for the bilateral trade relationship and the implications for US businesses in China? Please join this member exclusive briefing by the US Chamber of Commerce as Jeremie Waterman, President, China center, and Charles Freeman, Senior Vice President for Asia, share their key takeaways from the Summit.
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