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September , 2019


Fostering Dialogue and Constructive Engagement

The U.S.-China Trade and Economic Relations: What Now, What Next forum that took place in Hong Kong on July 9-10 this year was unique in convening diverse and influential voices from both the United States and China, as well as third-party stakeholders from countries such as Japan, Canada, and Singapore. It was also special because the forces in support of a healthy US-China relationship were able to come together in the midst of rising tensions and mistrust between the two countries. Despite the real danger of a severe disruption to the bilateral relationship, global leaders convened for candid and constructive conversations to help find a path forward.


  • Trade negotiation is always difficult, and maybe there will be set-backs, but in the end, I believe that common sense will prevail.

    Tung Chee-hwa

  • “Waiting for the end of Trump, so that things can get back to ‘normal,’” is not a viable strategy.

    Edwin Feulner

    Chairman, Asian Studies Center at the Heritage Foundation
  • My son-in-law and many Americans only know what they hear. Those that believe that the US and China ought to work together need to find our voices.

    Neil Bush

    Founder and Chairman, George H. W. Bush Foundation for U.S.-China Relations
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