Asia Society Northern California hosted a virtual conference titled The Future of U.S. and China: Seeking Truth Through Facts. Nicholas Borst, Seafarer’s Director of China Research, participated in a panel discussion titled Risks and Opportunities: The Cost of the Deteriorating Financial Relationship between the U.S. and China.
Nicholas explains why the U.S. and China share responsibility for the current state of the deteriorating bilateral investment relationship. He notes that relationship should be a source of strength and stability for the two countries – where one side’s benefit does not have to be at the expense of the other.
A full conference recap, with videos of the panel sessions, is available on the Asia Society website
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