Assessing the difficult economic and trade issues confronting U.S.-China relations.
The economic relationship between the world’s two largest economies – China and the U.S. – presents exciting new opportunities as well as daunting challenges. The U.S. and Chinese economies retain the potential for highly complementary growth and development, enhanced rather than hindered by the need for reassessment and rebalancing on both sides.
The CSIS Freeman Chair closely monitors China’s economic developments and the behind-the-scenes political maneuverings that influences economic policy decision making. The CSIS Freeman Chair is committed to assessing the difficult economic and trade issues confronting U.S.-China relations, including:
- The politics of U.S.-China economic and trade relations
- U.S.-China interaction on the global economic stage
- Corporate governance and state owned enterprises
- Intellectual property, currency and investment policy issues
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