Trade War Update

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Past Events

US-China Trade War:Tariffs Implication

Sarah Chin, Tax and Business Advisory Services Leader – Southern Region for Deloitte China, shared with members her insights on the potential impact of additional tariffs arising from the U.S.-China trade dispute, and also discussed some of the possible solutions for affected  businesses, at a Chamber roundtable luncheon on 13 September。

Forex: The next battleground in US-China trade relations?

Arthur Shek Kang Chuen, co-founder of the Hong Kong Economic Times and Head of the HKET Research Team, spoke on US-China trade relations at a Chamber roundtable luncheon on 20 June. He provided his analysis on the world economy from the US Federal Reserve’s interest rate policy to the potential displacement of the US Dollar by the Renminbi as the world’s reserve currency.

China-U.S. trade performance getting closer

At a Chamber roundtable luncheon on 14 June, Wendy Liu, Managing Director, Head of China Equity Research & Chief Equity Strategist, Greater China, at Nomura International (Hong Kong) Ltd, shared her views and insights on the latest developments in trade relations between Mainland China and the United States. According to the figures, total retail sales in Mainland China increased from about US$1 trillion in January 2007 to around US$5 trillion in January 2018, almost the same as in the U.S. The cumulative real growth in Gross National Income per capita in the Mainland and the U.S. in 2016 were 104% and 7%, respectively.