China Reality Check: U.S. Business in China: A New Normal?
This event is off-the-record.
U.S.-China commercial relations have blossomed over the last three decades, with two-way trade in 2014 of almost $600 billion and direct investment over $5 billion. The two economies are tied more closely than ever before, and negotiations are underway for a bilateral investment treaty and other initiatives to deepen the relationship even further. At the same time, there are substantial tensions in areas such as cyber security, antitrust, and market access. There are growing concern among American business regarding to what extent the business environment is becoming less hospitable. In his presentation, Mark Duval* will provide an overview of the economic and regulatory landscape and offer ways to promote improved commercial relations between the two countries.
American Chamber of Commerce in China