Following a steady deterioration in China-US relations over the four years since President Trump entered the White House, OMFIF is convening a panel to look at the direction the relationship will take under the Biden administration. Giving an appraisal of positions on trade, technology and broader geostrategy, the panel will address both sides of the negotiating table, looking at where common interests will align and where red lines may be drawn. It is certain the results of the US presidential election will bring benefits, disadvantages and new challenges to the relationship between the world’s two largest economies. This panel will discuss the economic and geopolitical outlook for China, as well as the risks that the country faces going into 2021.
Wendy Cutler, Vice President, Asia Society Policy Institute
Bob Dohner, Former Deputy Assistant Secretary, US Department of the Treasury
Kurt Tong, Partner, The Asia Group