U.S.-China Trade Relations - Online Webinar


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Mon, December 10, 2018


President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping are scheduled to meet Saturday on the sidelines of the G-20 conference in Argentina. Improving U.S.-China trade relations tops their agenda.

In a tit-for-tat over the last eight months, the two countries have ratcheted up tariffs and investment restrictions on one another. President Trump has warned that he may increase tariffs further on Chinese imports if President Xi does not offer meaningful concessions on Saturday.

With ongoing uncertainty amidst significant developments, IPC has partnered with Nova Daly and Stephen Claeys of Wiley Rein to help make sense of it all. Join us on December 10 at 2:00 PM (EST) for an important webinar briefing on the status of U.S. trade relations with China.

Named an “International Trade Group of the Year” for eight consecutive years by Law360, Wiley Rein is widely recognized as one of the nation’s leading trade practices. The firm represents clients on matters related to trade regulation, including on U.S. trade measures against China.

Just as they did for us in June, Wiley Rein will provide a clear and concise update on U.S. trade actions related to China, with a focus on providing practical, concrete information to help companies think through their own business risks and opportunities. We will leave ample time for Q&A



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