The economic relationship between China and the United States is of increasing importance to both countries. Countless people on both sides of the Pacific reap the benefits of these economic ties, but, as the effects of the recent financial crisis have shown, increasing economic interdependence can also bring risks to both countries. J. Nor Coquillard, Benjamin Kinnas, Charles McElwee, and Jeffrey Bernstein will discuss the U.S.-China economic relationship from a business perspective, discussing the impact of the global recession on trade and financial markets, the important role of U.S. small and medium enterprises (SMEs), opportunities in the Greentech market for American companies, and the overall business climate in China.
Taped on Tuesday, September 22, 2009, at the East-West Center in Washington by Aaron Siirila, EWC.
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