The China market plays a critical role in the global strategies of most of the world’s largest companies, including those in sectors key to the US economy’s future success. Despite Q1 negative growth of 6.8%, China’s economy is expected to be the only major economy with positive GDP growth in 2020. Yet many economists maintain the Chinese government must put in place significant market reforms to continue to preserve investor confidence, grow its economy, and help maintain global economic stability. As a key constituency in this equation, many in the American business community continue to advocate for recalibrating the US-China commercial relationship, one based on more equitable, sustainable terms that ensure a level playing field.
In this webinar, Beijing-based business executives representing major American companies will discuss China’s current and future market environment. Their years of living and working in China, and diverse industry experience, will provide invaluable firsthand perspectives on the bilateral commercial relationship as it faces challenges not seen in forty years. The panel will help us understand what is really going on in the China market. How are companies operating during COVID-19? What are strategies for the post-pandemic future? The expert panel will address these and other important issues that affect the global economy.
Senior Counselor, The Cohen Group
Chairman, AmCham China; Vice President, Greater China Managing Director, PGA TOUR
Public and Government Affairs General Manager, Greater China, Dow Chemical Company
Vice President, Public Policy and Government Relations, GM China
Vice President; GM, China Corporate Strategy Office, Intel Corporation
Chairman, ExxonMobil (China) Investment Co. Ltd.