Caixin Global and Greenwich Economic Forum (GEF) are delighted to invite you to join an online dialogue together with three highly distinguished leading thought leaders, on the topic of “Economic Implications of U.S. Elections amid U.S.-China Competition”.
US-China relations are the most important bilateral relations of this century, and are arguably at their lowest point in decades. The economic stakes are unprecedently high. The looming U.S. election will have a profound impact on global affairs and in particular the U.S.-China relations currently in tensions.
- How likely is U.S. adopting a coherent, systematic China policy on economic and tech issues?
- How will the technology “decoupling” evolve?
- What’s the outlook of U.S.-China trade and investment? Will there be a major supply chain relocation?
- Will the Wall Street weigh China’s financial opening up and investment opportunities against geopolitical and regulatory risks in the U.S?
- How might a potential Biden administration change the U.S.-China economic relationship?
· Distinguished Speakers:
David McCormick, CEO, Bridgewater
Gao Xiqing, former Vice Chairman, China Investment Corporation
Wang Tao, Chief China economist and Head of Asia Economic Research, UBS