US-China Policy Implications for Europe

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US-China Policy Implications for Europe

Date: 27 Apr 2017, 8:30 - 11:00

Host: CBS, Råvarebygningen, Lokale PHRs20, Porcelænshaven 22, 2000 Frederiksberg

Neither the US nor China can afford to lose economic or political power. How do they plan to keep it in the coming years? What might the consequences be and how could this affect Danish companies who navigate in these markets?

US-China relations are changing in the era of Trump and Xi Jinping. The world is entering a new era which is very different and uncertain. TTIP, CETA and TPP were important instruments in Obama’s plan for US strength, but implementation now seems unlikely.  What will happen, given the new US government and continued economic and demographic pressure on China?   How is China likely to respond and how does it perceive the new international order? How do corporations navigate in this uncertain world? Do we need to rethink or invent new ways to capture opportunities in US and China?

Join us for this exciting partner event with Danish-Chinese Business Forum, to hear opinions from experts and contribute to the discussion.

Organized in cooperation with Danish-Chinese Business Forum

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Note that this event is free for members of DABF or DCBF and first-time guests who might consider eventual membership. To explore becoming a DABF member, read more at About DABF or contact us here.  Read more about DCBF here or contact them here.


Agenda

8:30
Registration and Networking

9:00
Welcome
Hans Henrik Pontoppidan, Secretary General, Danish-Chinese Business Forum
Einar Dyrhauge, Executive Director, Danish-American Business Forum

9:05
Is America’s pivot to Asia dead under President Trump?
Niels Bjerre-Poulsen, Ph.D. in American History from University of California, Santa Barbara,
Associate Professor in American Studies at the Center for American Studies/Department of History
at University of Southern Denmark

9:30
US-China relations in the Trumpian era—trade war or mility conflict?  
Kjeld Erik Brødsgaard, Professor in Chinese Business and Politics, Department of International
Economics and Management, CBS

10:00
Panel discussion

10:30
Networking and refreshments

11:00
Thank you for joining us!

 

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