US-China Economic Relations & COVID-19: What's Next?

The world's two largest economies are both partners and rivals, deeply intertwined but also with divergent interests. How will these contradictions resolve themselves following COVID-19?

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Shang-Jin Wei, the N.T. Wang Professor of Chinese Business and Economy, and Neil Irwin '08, senior economics correspondent for the New York Times and senior advisor for the Initiative for Economic Policy, discuss the future of the world’s two largest economies.

What you'll learn:

Is this era of US-China trade relations, and globalization more broadly, ending?

Are we entering a period of collaboration or conflict between the two largest economies?

How will Xi's China and Trump's America change as they adjust their economies to the virus?

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