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Process for U.S.-Led Indo-Pacific Economic Framework Launched; China Warns of "Supply Chain Crisis"; Countries Likely to Engage with Both
The United States and a dozen countries in the Indo-Pacific region officially launched "the process to establish the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework for Prosperity" (IPEF) today. Among other things, the framework covers digital rules, labor and environmental standards, and supply chain efforts. At this point in time, the prospects for completing
At the Conference of the 70th Anniversary of China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT, an agency to promote foreign trade and investment) and the Global Trade and Investment Promotion Summit on May 18, Chinese President Xi Jinping called for "dialogue over confrontation, tear[ing] down walls rather
In a recent interview with Forbes journalist Russell Flannery, Qin Gang, the Chinese Ambassador to the United States, answered questions about China-U.S. economic and trade ties.
At an event hosted by the Milken Institute on Monday, U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai responded to questions related to the U.S.-China trade relationship in general, and on the U.S. Section 301 tariffs on China in the context of concerns about inflation. She also talked about
At the recent U.S. – China High Level Agricultural Dialogue in Des Moines, Iowa, U.S. Ambassador to China Nicholas Burns offered his thoughts on U.S.-China relations broadly and on agriculture trade specifically.
U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai offered some thoughts today on the U.S.-China relationship and where it might be going.
At Peterson Institute Event, US Scholar and EU Official Talk about Russia War's Implications on Economic Relations with China
At a Peterson Institute event today, entitled "Sanctions, Russia's war, and the future of trade," a U.S. scholar and a European Commission official both offered some thoughts on the future of economic relations with China.