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Pandemic and Politics: US-China Investment in 1H 2020



When: Thursday, Sept 17 at 5pm EDT


Economic fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic and escalating political tensions pushed two-way investments between the United States and China to their lowest level in nearly a decade in the first half of 2020. Expanding U.S. scrutiny of Chinese companies, election politics, and uneven economic recovery trajectories will maintain high pressure on U.S.-China capital flows for the remainder of the year.

Join Two-Way Street report authors Thilo Hanemann and Adam Lysenko, both of Rhodium Group, and National Committee President Stephen Orlins for a mid-year review of the latest trends in U.S.-China investment and an analysis of the political dynamics and market developments behind them.


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