Trump, Xi, and US-China Economic Relations: The Path from Mar-a-Lago
April 10, 2017
| 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM 1211 Connecticut Ave NW, 8th Fl, Washington, DC 20036
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The U.S.-China trade and investment relationship has arguably never been more important — or more precarious. Did the April meeting between President Trump and President Xi put it on firmer footing? The Stimson Center convened an on-the-record discussion examining what happened at the summit and what comes next. The event marked the second installment in a Stimson Center series examining the evolving trade and investment relationship between Washington and Beijing, and the potential economic, security, and strategic implications for the Asia-Pacific region.
WHAT: An on-the-record discussion examining the summit between Chinese President Xi and U.S. President Trump, and what comes next for the U.S.-China trade and investment relationship.
Nate Olson, Director, Trade21 initiative, Stimson Center
William Reinsch, Distinguished Fellow, Stimson Center
Yun Sun, Senior Associate, East Asia program, Stimson Center