CCG Report on Sino-US Economic Dispute

Tuesday,Jul 24, 2018

CCG would like to invite you to the press conference to mark the release of our report “Analysis and Resolution: Interpretation and Responses to the Sino-US Economic Dispute”

Sino-US relations have been overshadowed by trade tensions since the second half of 2017. July 6 saw an escalation of the trade war as America imposed additional tariffs on $34 billion worth of Chinese goods. On July 10, the Trump administration announced that it would impose additional tariffs on a further $200 billion worth of Chinese goods.

At this crucial moment, the Center for China & Globalization (CCG) will release the report “Analysis and Resolution: Interpretation and Responses to the Sino-US Economic Dispute.” The report analyses the causes of the Sino-US trade deficit, the Trump administration’s reasons for adopting measures against China, and possible ways to ease tensions from multiple perspectives. The report also proposes 10 suggestions to ensure the healthy future development of bilateral economic relations. It represents a systematic analysis of the current trade disputes from a leading Chinese independent think tank.


Time: 9:30-11:00 on Tuesday, July 24th

Address: CCG Beijing conference room (15th floor, west wing of Hanwei building, no. 7, Guanghua road, Chaoyang district, Beijing)

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