Presidents Trump and Xi have a lot to discuss during their upcoming bilateral summit. The past twelve months have marked the rockiest in the 40 years since the normalization of US-China relations. Reportedly close to a deal that will address the US-China trade deficit and tackle the many structural issues in the relationship, what might be the highlights of that agreement and what can we expect when the two presidents meet?
Please join the US-China Business Council (USCBC) and the American Chamber of Commerce in China as Craig Allan, president of USCBC and Tim Stratford, chairman of AmCham China and managing partner in Covington & Burling LLP's Beijing office, share their perspectives on any bilateral agreement, discuss what we can expect from the summit, and analyze the implications for the US business community in China.
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