Dialogue Series on China-U.S. Economic and Trade Relations: Is Reform of the Global Trading System Possible?
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On March 10th, GVI and the Carter Center jointly held a video conference under the framework of Dialogue Series on China-U.S. economic and trade relations, with the theme of “Is reform of the global trading system possible?"

Liu Yawei, the Carter Center China Project Manager, was the moderator.

 

The panelists were followed:

Craig Allen, President, US-China Business Council

Kristen Hopewell, Associate Professor, School of Public Policy and Global Affairs at the University of British Columbia

ZENG Ka, Professor of Political Science and Director of International and Global Studies at the University of Arkansas.

SU Qingyi, Senior Fellow and Deputy Head of Devision of International Trade, Institute of the World Economics and Politics at Chinese Academy of Social Sciences

TU Xinquan, Dean and Professor, China Institute for WTO Studies at University of International Business and Economics

ZHAO Hai, Member of Academic Committee at Grandview Institution; Director, Devision of Foreign Policy Analysis, Institute of the World Economics and Politics at Chinese Academy of Social Sciences

 

The panelists discussed about the two topics including:

1.     Can the U.S. & China work out their trade conflict and collaborate on reforming the global trading system — the path forward, spoilers and setbacks.

2.     How Will Russian-Ukraine Conflict Affect Global Economy and Trade?


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