Shanghai Briefing on Obama-Xi Bilateral Summit Outcomes |The U.S-China Business Council
When and Where
8:00 am - 9:30 am
250 Huashan Road
How will this summit impact the direction of the US-China commercial relationship? Please join the US-China Business Council (USCBC) as James McGregor, chairman for greater China at APCO Worldwide, and Huang Renwei, Deputy Director General of the Shanghai Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS) (confirmed), share their perspectives on the outcomes of the summit, key goals and priorities for companies post-dialogue, and implications for the US business community.
President Barack Obama and President Xi Jinping have a lot to discuss during their upcoming bilateral summit in Beijing set for November 11 following the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit. Despite 2014 marking the 35th anniversary of an open US-China relationship, this year has been challenging for the two nations individually and in their evolving relationship. China’s new leadership is in the midst of high-stakes domestic political wrangling, reflected in the uncertain reform environment and ongoing anti-corruption campaign. Meanwhile, the Obama administration is fine-tuning the “Asia rebalance” as it grapples with several flashpoints around the globe