Digital Trade Series: Emerging Technologies and The U.S.-China Trade War
12/06/2018 at 6:00 PM (EST)
Holland & Knight LLP 800 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20006
Digital technologies and the Internet are transforming global commerce, including international trade, at a rapid pace. What do future trade policy professionals need to know about the new global digital economy?
Join us for the second installment of our Digital Trade Series: a discussion of how the race to develop emerging technologies is shaping the U.S.-China trade conflict.
What role have digital trade, foreign investment, and innovation policy played in the U.S.-China relationship? What challenges do innovative foreign companies face when operating in China? What steps has the United States taken in response? How will U.S.-Chinese competition impact the development of emerging technologies, such as artificial intelligence and 5G networks?
Jeff Moon, President, China Moon Strategies, LLC
KC Swanson, Director of Global Policy, Telecommunications Industry Association
Antonia Tzinova, Partner, Holland & Knight LLP
Moderated by: Evangelos Razis, Manager, Global Government Relations, Fujitsu
This event is co-sponsored with the Washington Foreign Law Society.
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