Join us for a discussion on the changing U.S.-China bilateral relationship, China’s foreign policy strategy, areas of concern, what the United States is doing about it, and why it matters to American companies and individuals. World Trade Center Utah, the Orrin G. Hatch Foundation, the U.S.-China Business Council, the Deseret News, and Harris Bricken present this multi-day series. Our international business attorney, Jonathan Bench will moderate Day 3’s discussion on doing business with China.
Day 1: China’s Geopolitical Ambitions and What it Means for the United States – Wednesday, March 17 from 9am – 11am PT
Join a two-part discussion on the changing U.S.-China bilateral relationship, China’s foreign policy strategy, areas of concern, what the United States is doing about it, and why it matters to American companies and individuals.
Part 1 will feature former ambassador to China Jon Huntsman and former Deputy National Security Advisor Matt Pottinger.
In Part 2, Martin Gold, Former Sen. Mary L. Landrieu, Former Rep. Charles E. Boustany, Jr., M.D., and Former Rep. Howard L. Berman will discuss Congress’s role shaping legislation and policy on China.
Day 2: China’s Economic & Trade Policy and What it Means for U.S. Businesses – Wednesday, March 24 from 9am – 10am PT
Hear from Craig Allen, Gary Rieschel, and Matthew Turpin about China’s economic, trade, and business strategies. You will learn what China is trying to accomplish and why the United States is concerned about it.
Day 3: Actionable Advice on What U.S. Businesses Should Do about China – Wednesday, April 7 from 3pm – 4pm PT
Learn what the paradox of the U.S.-China relationship means for U.S. companies. Tim Stratford, Bill Zarit, and Jeremie Waterman will share their advice for companies who are trying to navigate the market.