Forum: “U.S.-China Trade & Economic Relations: What Now, What Next”

Forum: “U.S.-China Trade & Economic Relations: What Now, What Next”

Bringing together over 40 influential experts on the China-US relationship, the Forum generated an honest discussion regarding the current state of economic ties between the two nations as well as the potential for stronger collaboration in the future.

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The China-United States Exchange Foundation is an independent, non-profit and non-governmental foundation committed to the belief that a positive and peaceful relationship between the strongest developed nation and the most populous, fast-developing nation is essential for global wellbeing. Founded in Hong Kong in 2008 and privately funded, builds platforms to encourage constructive dialogue and diverse exchanges between the people of the U.S. and China.

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Traveling with CUSEF

Towards the end of July, one of our African-American student groups became the first CUSEF student tour to travel to Gansu, spending nine days in the provincial capital of Lanzhou...

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Our Research

What do China and the United States have in common in the Arctic? At first glance, commonalities may seem few and far between. The United States is an Arctic coastal...

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What We’re Reading

In light of the ongoing trade war, Professor Lawrence J. Lau, one of the governors of the China-United States Exchange Foundation (CUSEF), analyzes the future of economic relations between China...

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