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Asia Society Conference

Rebalancing the U.S.-China Economic Relationship

Asia Society Northern California hosted a virtual conference titled The Future of U.S. & China: Seeking Truth Through Facts. Nicholas Borst, Seafarer’s Director of China Research, participated in a panel discussion titled Rebalancing the U.S.-China Economic Relationship: Trade, Investment, and Technology.

Nicholas explains how the increase in holdings of Chinese securities by U.S. investors has emerged as a major source of conflict in the U.S.-China economic relationship. He discusses how a cycle of positive reciprocity is a more durable path forward for the relationship.

A full conference recap, with videos of the panel sessions, is available on the Asia Society website.

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