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U.S.-China Relations: Trends and Implications for U.S. Businesses
Rapidly deteriorating relations between the U.S and China are creating increased risks and obstacles for U.S. companies operating in China. While many American companies in the Middle Kingdom enjoy robust business and look to expand their operations, the threat of interference by Chinese regulators, perhaps prompted by the actions of politicians in Washington D.C., looms large. The liberal use of sanctions by the U.S side, which are now being countered by the Chinese with their own sanctions, means U.S. companies must walk a tightrope as they try to conform to the laws of their home country and those in China. Meanwhile, China’s use of “buy local” policies are seriously disadvantaging U.S. companies’ market positions.
Join us for a discussion with China based business experts to hear the strategies they recommend for U.S. companies to adapt to China’s rapidly evolving business environment. Panelists for this discussion include Jacob Wood – Senior Associate with GreenPoint Group in Beijing who advises U.S. companies on China operations, and Huang Shan – Deputy Chief Editor of Caixin International.

Oct 12, 2021 05:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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