With U.S. President Joe Biden now at the helm of the world's biggest economy, investors will need to pay attention to his policy priorities. Will he take a different tack to his predecessor when it comes to foreign policy? In particular, will he consider easing some of the stringent trade and investment measures against China taken by the Trump administration? What will be the business impact, developments and opportunities of the new regime?
When the pandemic eases, will the U.S. continue to put pressure on China? Or can we expect more cooperation between the two economies? While Biden may not make any immediate changes to the policies of the Trump administration, what might be his approach to China in the longer term? Could the damage to relations caused by Trump's trade war be repaired, or will there be a further escalation in tensions? For investors, which sectors will be safest in the future?
Join our webinar to hear from Benjamin Kostrzewa, International Trade Attorney, Hogan Lovells, and Dr Simon Shen, Adjunct Associate Professor, Faculty of Social Science, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, about the likely developments in U.S.-China relations under the new administration, and their impact on Hong Kong.