Event Details

As President Xi solidifies his standing with an unprecedented third term and President Biden underscores his view of China as the only competitor with both the intent and ability to reshape the international order, Nick Marro, Global Trade Lead at the Economist Intelligence Unit will discuss the future relationship and business implications between China and the US especially with regards to Taiwan, the geopolitical crisis hiding in plain sight.

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12:00 PM - 12:30 PM
Registration & Networking
12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
Discussion & Lunch


  • Nick Marro (Lead for Global Trade & Analyst, Asia and Access China at The Economist Intelligence Unit)

    Nick Marro

    Lead for Global Trade & Analyst, Asia and Access China at The Economist Intelligence Unit


    Nick is The Economist Intelligence Unit’s Lead for Global Trade. He has a particular focus on analysis tied to the US-China trade war, but is also responsible for The EIU’s views on international trade issues more generally, including on US-EU trade relations, supply chain developments in South and South-east Asia and topics around digital trade and globalisation. In addition to his role covering trade, Nick also concurrently serves as an analyst covering China, Taiwan and Macau.

    Prior to joining The EIU’s Hong Kong office, Nick conducted trade policy research in Beijing with the US-China Business Council (USCBC), a US trade association. While at USCBC, he primarily covered the policy portfolios for the information and communications technology sector, in addition to monitoring regulatory developments related to China’s automotive, healthcare, manufacturing and consumer goods industries.

    Nick holds a Bachelor of Arts in Foreign Affairs and Chinese Language and Literature from the University of Virginia, as well graduate certification from the Johns Hopkins-Nanjing University Center for Chinese and American Studies.

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  • Edward Chui (Hong Kong Director of Economist Intelligence Corporate Network)

    Edward Chui

    Hong Kong Director of Economist Intelligence Corporate Network

    Mr Edward Chui is the Hong Kong Director at the Economist Intelligence Corporate Network.

    Mr Chui has worked in the Greater China region for over 20 years. Before coming to The Economist Group, he was a consultant with Chesapeake Pacific Capital Management overseeing a range of thought leadership projects on the ultra-high net worth, family office, philanthropy, and next generation wealth succession. He was also Vice President at The Private Bank at JP Morgan in Hong Kong working with senior management in the expansion of the Asia Pacific business through special programs and wealth management publications for clients. Mr Chui also possesses extensive experience in the media and technology sectors having worked at Star TV, a subsidiary of News Corp, Alter Ego Networks in Silicon Valley and EF Education focusing on the China mobile business.

    Mr Chui has a BA in Government from Wesleyan University and an MBA from the USC Marshall School of Business.

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