Tag Archives: US-China relations

Happy Thanksgiving to MTD’s Readers

Having lived in China for most of the past 25 years, one question I’m frequently asked is: “What about the United States do you miss most?” For my wife and me, the answer to that question is easy—the holidays. On the Fourth of July, Memorial Day, or Labor Day, when everyone in the States is […]

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Global Trade Talk: Reconfiguring US-China Supply Chains for a Post-Coronavirus World

This article appeared in the recent edition of Global Trade Magazine. Global Trade is considered to be “The Authority For US Companies Doing Business Globally.” In my interview with Keith Rabin of KWR International, Inc., I discuss a wide range of issues, including China’s role in the global economy, the history and future prospects for […]

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Managing The Dragon’s 2020 Predictions

While the Phase One Agreement (the “Agreement”) signed by U.S. President Donald Trump and China’s Vice Premier Liu He on January 15 represented a promising start to the New Year, the outbreak of the coronavirus in Wuhan and surrounding Hubei Province quickly stole the spotlight. Reports of its spread have dominated the news ever since, […]

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2019 Predictions: How Did We Do?

The trade war between China and the United States that erupted in March, 2018 impacted all things China in 2019.

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China’s 70 Years Of Development

I was pleased to serve on the show’s panel, which included Hannah Ryder, CEO of Development Reimagined, a consultancy, and Dr. Yutong Li, Head of the Centre for Sustainable Agricultural Mechanization at the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific.

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U.S.-China Trade Talks: What Happened?

The June 29 truce in the trade war between the United States and China lasted just over one month. Thirty-three days after the presidents of the two countries met in Osaka, Japan and agreed to resume negotiations, President Trump, frustrated by the slow progress of negotiations, announced that the United States would impose a 10 […]

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Negotiating In China: Jack’s 10 Rules For Success

Several years ago, Tsinghua University asked me to speak to a group of Citibank execs about negotiating in China. In preparation for that class, I came up with my 10 Rules for Success. The class went over so well that I had the 10 Rules printed on plastic cards, which I now routinely hand out […]

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The U.S.-China Trade War Enters Uncharted Waters

In the five predictions we made for 2019 at the beginning of the year, our first and most important was that the trade war between the United States and China would be successfully resolved by June 30. U.S. President Donald Trump and China’s President Xi Jinping are scheduled to meet at the G20 Summit in […]

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Listen to MTD’s New Podcast Series, “Managing The Dragon: Demystifying China”

If you have not already done so, I would encourage you to sign up for our new podcast series, Managing the Dragon: Demystifying China on iTunes or Spotify. As discussed below, we have been adding new podcasts covering topical issues in the country that you will not want to miss.

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Managing The Dragon’s 2019 Predictions

“If you are going to be a bear, be a grizzly,” my father used to tell me. That’s the way I feel about going into 2019 with my five predictions for the New Year. Four of the five are dependent to a greater or lesser degree on the trade war between the United States and […]

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