On October 25, the USAI is co-hosting a lunch briefing with the Hinrich Foundation discussing the themes on China, Trade, and Power. Since China joined the World Trade Organization in 2001, its economy has grown to the second largest in the world. Over the years, China’s economic power has been translated into political power. Recently, there has been a growing concern in the West that whether China’s ascending economic and political power would change the existing liberal order. This lunch briefing discusses China’s influence and what it means for the West.
Stewart Paterson, an equity researcher, strategist and fund manager, recently wrote a book with this title and will speak at the event.
The event is at the USAI’s townhouse, and lunch will be hosted onsite. For RSVP, please click here.