Date & Time: Tuesday, March 21, 2017, 6:00PM – 8:30PM
6:30-8:00PM: Panel Discussion and Q&A
8-8:30PM: Wine and Sushi Networking Reception
Event Fees: FREE for Corporate Members; $20 Non-Members; $15 Members; $15 for Academic and Government
Venue Address: Japan Society, 333 East 47th Street, New York, NY 10017
President Donald Trump has pitched an “America First” foreign policy, offering a glimpse into how his administration would handle foreign affairs in Asia. During the presidential campaign and after winning the election, Trump has proposed imposing tariffs on foreign goods and negotiating better trade deals, evoking responses from China, Japan, and various countries. This program addresses U.S.-China-Japan economic relations, focusing on how the Trump administration’s policies will affect economic relations among the three countries. Speakers also discuss Japan and China’s position towards the new administration, how Japanese and Chinese companies plan to respond, and the future of the trilateral economic relations.
On March 21, please join us for this timely and spirited discussion on this prominent topic featuring Gillian Tett, Professor Lee Branstetter, and Professor Ann Lee. Gillian Tett is the Financial Times U.S. Managing Editor. Professor Lee Branstetter is Carnegie Mellon University Professor of Economics and Public Policy and Professor, a Research Associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research, and Peterson Institute for International Economics nonresident Senior Fellow. Professor Ann Lee is a US-China economic relations expert and author of What the U.S. Can Learn From China and forthcoming book Will China’s Economy Collapse? The conversation will be moderated by Guan Wang, Chief Political Correspondent & News Anchor, CCTV.
U.S. Managing Editor
Professor Lee Branstetter
Professor of Economics and Public Policy
Carnegie Mellon University
Professor Ann Lee
Author of What the U.S. Can Learn from China
and forthcoming book Will China’s Economy Collapse?
For more information, please contact 212.744.8181 or email to: [email protected]