Join us for SCMP's China Conference: United States on December 1-2, 2020 with our free offer!
After a phase one trade deal brought a tinge of optimism to the US-China relationship back in January, a confluence of issues and events throughout 2020 have compounded to pull relations between the two superpowers to their lowest levels in decades. While blame-games over responsibility for the global Covid-19 pandemic set the foundation for several months of acrimony, the two countries have been entangled in myriad disputes over global governance, technology exchange, supply chains, immigration policies and human rights.
While the leaders of the world’s two largest economies continue to offer sharply differing visions of the current international order, is it at all possible for meaningful cooperation to be unearthed between them or are relations on course to devolve even further?
China Conference: USA will bring together business leaders, government officials, academics and US-China relations thought leaders to discuss and debate the most pressing issues impacting not only US-China relations, but the world order at large.
Taking place virtually over the course of two days, viewers will have access to the LIVE footage and PLAYBACK videos of the conference.
Panel discussions and keynote interviews offering crucial, thought-provoking theories about:
- What the future holds for a global economy that may be on the verge of decoupling
- The impact of how each country approaches global governance
- The latest impact of an intense race for technological dominance
- How global supply chains will evolve in the coming years
- Ways in which we can prevent another global pandemic
- What the future holds for cultural exchange and immigration policies
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Join us for this two-day virtual conference and its valuable exploration of possible meaningful collaboration between China and the United States in these extraordinary times.
We have limited number of free tickets.