Center For Business
Executive Summit 2018: U.S.-China Business in the New World Order
Featuring Former U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry M. Paulson, Jr.; Nobel Prize-winning Economist Joseph Stiglitz; and top U.S. and Chinese business leaders and policy makers.
April 12, 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM
Location: Harvard Club of New York City
In this complex new era for U.S.-China relations, China Institute’s Executive Summit 2018, “U.S.-China Business in the New World Order,” will examine opportunities and challenges on the ground, far from policymakers in the respective capitals.
Historically, business has been the ballast that has anchored the U.S.-China relationship. But frustration is rising on both sides about limited market access, and policy makers are reassessing fundamental U.S.-China strategies. At this day-long conference, you will learn about risks, from capital controls to the specter of trade war, and find opportunities, from AI to green technologies and biotech, in the U.S.-China business landscape. In-depth panel discussions will help business leaders, thought leaders, and policy makers to make smarter deals, better policies, and ultimately, to develop a more nuanced understanding of today’s China.
Partners: China-U.S. Exchange Foundation, U.S. National Governors Association
Media Partner: Bloomberg