The swearing in of Joe Biden as the new US president brought with it the opportunity to change course in US-China relations, which had arguably hit its lowest point in several decades. However, while there have been subtle tone shifts in Biden’s actions and rhetoric toward China, there are few things that differ at all from the approach of the previous administration.
Nearly one year into the new US administration, is there any indication that meaningful, positive change can be achieved in US-China bilateral relations? Are there any avenues for economic and diplomatic cooperation?
Join the South China Morning Post’s 3rd installment of the China Conference: United States to find out.
DEC 7, 2021 -- VIRTUAL MAIN CONFERENCE
DEC 8, 2021 -- VIRTUAL EXPERT HOURS & BREAKOUT SESSIONS
China Conference: United States will bring together business leaders, policymakers and respected researchers, offering viewers access to crucial, thought-provoking theories on what the future holds for the US-China bilateral relationship, a deep dive into US strategy in the Indo-Pacific region, the future of investment and global trade amid uncertainty within the technology sector and how the superpowers can collaborate in the battle against climate change.
Panel discussions and keynote interviews offering crucial, thought-provoking commentary on
- The impact of Biden’s policies toward China nearly one year into his presidency
- How Beijing’s tightening control over its private sector impacts the future of investing
- The US’ economic and diplomatic strategies in the Indo-Pacific region
- Whether US investors can trust the value of Chinese stocks
- Opportunities and challenges in shifting supply chains from China to ASEAN countries
- How the US and China can cooperate in the battle against climate change
- China’s perspective on the future of bilateral relations with the US
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