April 21, 2013

US-China Economic Relations in the Next Ten Years 2013

In 2013, the Foundation released the economic report “US-China 2022: US-China Economic Relations in the Next 10 Years” in order to identify the potential economic benefits for both China and the U.S. in the next decade. This study was launched in Washington, D.C. in May 2013.

The report’s authors were Nobel laureate Michael Spence; former Chair of the Council of Economic Advisors Michael Boskin; Chairman of the Fung Global Institute Victor Fung; Chinese University of Hong Kong Economics Professor Lawrence Lau; Secretary General of the China Reform Foundation Dr. Fan Gang; and Dean of the HSBC Business School at Peking University Dr. Hai Wen.

The report’s official website: http://www.chinausfocus.com/2022/


Washington, D.C.
New York


Dr. Henry Kissinger, Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Former White House Chief of Staff Mr. John Podesta, Amb. Cui Tiankai, Mayor Rham Emanuel, Former Treasury Secretary Mr. Hank Paulson, and Amb. Gary Locke

Partner Organizations:

Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS)
China Center for International Economic Exchanges (CCIEE)

Program Overview US-China Economic Relations in the Next Ten Years Since the 1978 reform, China’s open door policy enabled a quantum leap of activities in trade, finance, and the investment between China and the U.S. which benefited both countries enormously. Yet the very same deepening relationship has and may continue to create frictions and misunderstandings between the two nations. The aim of the “US-China 2022: Economic Relations in the Next 10 Years” study is to put these frictions and misunderstandings in perspective and, particularly, to identify potential economic benefits that both sides may enjoy in the next decade.
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