How can U.S. and Chinese businesses navigate the new challenges to achieve success in the face of strained U.S.-China relations and a volatile world?

In three sessions over three days, the world’s leading business executives and thinkers will help chart the way to success in a decoupling world, demystify China’s new economic policies and opportunities, and shed light on how U.S. and Chinese companies can still work together to create more jobs.
Craig Allen
Craig Allen
US-China Business Council
Anla Cheng
Anla Cheng
Founder and CEO
Paul Haenle
Paul Haenle
Director, Carnegie-Tsinghua Center for Global Policy
Chairman, Asia Pacific Region, Teneo
Fan HE
Fan HE
Professor, Antai College of Economics and Management
Shanghai Jiao Tong University
James Heimowitz
James Heimowitz
China Institute
Christopher Hui
Christopher Hui
Secretary for Financial Services and the Treasury
Hong Kong Government
Adi Ignatius
Adi Ignatius
Harvard Business Review
Scott Kronick
Scott Kronick
Chief Executive, Public Relations & Influence, Asia
Ogilvy & Mather
Kai-Fu Lee
Kai-Fu LEE
Chairman and CEO
Sinovation Ventures
Gideon Lichfield
Gideon Lichfield
Editor in Chief
MIT Technology Review
Pin NI
Pin NI
Wanxiang America Corporation
Chairman, CGCC Chicago
Catherine Pan
Catherine PAN
Partner and Corporate Group Head
Dorsey & Whitney LLP
Dee Poon
Dee Poon
Managing Director, Brands and Distribution
Esquel Group
Sean O’ Sullivan
Sean O’ Sullivan
Managing Director
SOSV International
Daniel H. Rosen
Daniel H. Rosen
Founding Partner
Rhodium Group
Ambassador J. Stapleton Roy
Ambassador J. Stapleton Roy
Founding Director
The Kissinger Institute on China and the U.S., The Wilson Center
Weijian Shan
Weijian SHAN
Group Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Susan Shirk
Susan Shirk
Research Professor, Chair of the 21st Century China Center
University of California
Thomas M. Shoesmith
Thomas Shoesmith
King & Wood Mallesons
Denis Simon
Denis Simon
Professor, China Business and Technology
Fuqua School at Duke
Rick Snyder
Rick Snyder
Former Governor of Michigan
Huiyao Wang
Huiyao WANG
Founder and President
Center for China and Globalization
Guangyao ZHU
Guangyao ZHU
Counselor, State Council
Former Vice Finance Minister, China; Advisor, CCG

The conference stream will begin at 8:00 am EDT.

October 13 - Tuesday
Day One: Living in a Decoupling World
8:00 - 10:30 am
The New Business Landscape
Paul Haenle, Director, Carnegie-Tsinghua Center for Global Policy; Chairman, Teneo Asia Pacific
Huiyao WANG, President, Center for China and Globalization
The Future of Hong Kong in the New Era: Growing the "Bun" Together
Christopher Hui, Secretary for Financial Services and the Treasury, HKSAR Government
James Heimowitz, President, China Institute
Eye of the Storm: The Future of Technology
Kai-Fu LEE, Chairman and CEO, Sinovation Ventures
Gideon Lichfield, Editor in Chief, MIT Technology Review
Business Dilemmas: Global Supply Chains in Flux
Craig Allen, President, U.S.-China Business Council
Dee Poon, Managing Director, Brands and Distribution, Esquel Group
Xianming ZHANG, Vice President, Broad Group
Decoupling in the Capital Markets
Sean O’Sullivan, Co-Founder and Managing Director, SOSV International
Catherine Pan, Partner and Corporate Group Head, Dorsey & Whitney, New York Office
Ming ZHANG, Director of Department of International Investment, Institute of World Economics and Politics, Chinese Academy of Social Science
October 14 - Wednesday
Day Two: Decoding China's Economic Policies and Market
8:00 - 10:30 am
Beijing’s Opening Despite Global Uncertainties
Guangyao ZHU, Counselor, State Council; Former Vice Finance Minister, China; Advisor, CCG
The Outlook in China and Investment Strategies
Weijian SHAN, Chairman and CEO, PAG Group
Adi Ignatius, Editor in Chief, Harvard Business Review
Deep Dive: China's New Market-Opening Policies: Are They for Real?
Fan HE, Professor, Shanghai Jiaotong University
Daniel Rosen, Founding Partner, Rhodium Group
Reaching the Chinese Market: Business Strategies that Work
Scott Kronick, Chief Executive, Public Relations & Influence, Asia, Ogilvy & Mather
Denis Simon, Senior Adviser to the President for China Affairs, Duke University
October 15 - Thursday
Day Three: Achieving Global Success - While Being Chinese
8:00 - 10:30 am
Keynote Fireside Chat: US-China Innovation in the American Heartland
Rick Snyder, Former Governor of Michigan, U.S.
Investing in the U.S.: How Does a Global Company with Chinese DNA Succeed in the USA?
Kai-yan LEE, Managing Director, Vanke US
Pin NI, President of Wanxiang Corporation America; Chairman, CGCC Chicago
Understanding CFIUS, Sinophobia, and American Security Concerns
Anla Cheng, Founder and CEO, SupChina
Thomas Shoesmith, Partner, King & Wood Mallesons
US-China 3.0: What Does the Future Look Like?
Susan Shirk, Chair of the 21 Century China Program, University of California, San Diego
Ambassador Stapleton Roy, Former U.S. Ambassador to China; Founding Director Emeritus, Kissinger Institute on China and the United States
October 15 - Thursday
VIP Virtual Mixer: Meet Colleagues in the U.S.-China Business Community
5:00 - 6:00 pm
Meet and connect with fellow conference attendees. Continue the conversation and share your thoughts about the challenges and opportunities in the new era. VIP All Access ticket holders only.
Knowledge Partners
Center for China & Globalization
The US-China Business Council

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