U.S. - China Trade: Opportunities and Challenges Conference
The conference’s speakers – business, legal and policy specialists from the government, academic and private sectors – discussed investment, services, market access, agriculture, textiles, intellectual property and export controls in relation to trade between the two countries. U.S. Deputy Secretary of Commerce Theodore W. Kassinger (J.D.’78) delivered the keynote address.
Johnson, C. Donald; Clark, Chris; Zamarripa, Sam; Kassinger, Theodore; Riddell, Malcolm; Harris, H. Stephen Jr.; Pizhao, Che; Zhongnan, Wang; Hu, Wei; Cassidy, Robert; Weller, David; Fang, Guanming; Roberts, Kenneth J.; Rozelle, Scott; D'Addabbo, Michael F.; Baoquing, Zhao; Shulstad, Robert; Jacobs, Brenda; Gillon, William ; Leonard, James; Cleland, Max; Pinkos, Stephen M.; Wie, Zhang; Yu, Peter K.; Heald, Paul; Medeiros, Evan; Genxin, Li; Kalinoski, Carol A.; and Bertsch, Gary, "U.S. - China Trade: Opportunities and Challenges Conference" (2005). Conferences and Symposia. Paper 30.
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