With various reports saying that the US and China are moving closer together in their bid to resolve trade differences, the world is now wondering exactly when Presidents Trump and Xi might meet to put their signatures on any potential trade deal. They will certainly have a lot to discuss: The past twelve months have marked the rockiest in the 40 years since the normalization of US-China relations. But if a new deal can address both the US-China trade deficit and tackle the many structural issues in the relationship, what might be the highlights of that agreement and what else can we expect when the two presidents meet?

On Monday March 25, AmCham China Chairman Tim Stratford (pictured above) will sit down with US-China Business Council President Craig Allan to share their perspectives on any bilateral agreement, discuss what we can expect the next time the two Presidents meet, and analyze the implications for the US business community in China.

Don’t miss this opportunity to hear from two luminaries of the US-China business community and discuss with them over lunch what this means for you and your industry. Click here now to reserve your place!

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