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Tuesday, June 16, 2020 (12:00 PM - 2:00 PM) (GMT+8)

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Brasserie on the Eighth

Level 8, Conrad Hotel, 88 Queensway,
Central, Hong Kong SAR (China)

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Despite a short period of respite brokered by the US-China trade deal, the two countries are now facing an increasingly volatile relationship. Worsening diplomatic ties amid the backdrop of the Covid-19 pandemic are elevating commercial risks, which threaten to disrupt investment and business links across the Pacific. What are the key macro-economic and operational risks to be aware of, and what does this mean for the future of US-China ties after the crisis? Join us for a luncheon featuring Nick Marro, Global Trade Lead at The Economist Intelligence Unit, where we will discuss our forecast for US-China ties and globalisation in the post-Covid world.

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