By Carolyn Mathas, Contributor
The South China Morning Post announced the second annual China Conference: United States (CCUSA), a two-day virtual conference where discussions will surround the current divisive US-China relations landscape and what the future holds. The event, held on December 1-2 at 8 AM EST, will feature leading business leaders, government officials and academics weighing in on such key issues as:
- The future of a global economy on the verge of decoupling
- How global supply chains will evolve near term
- Each country’s approach to global governance
- The impact of an intense race of technological dominance
- The future regarding cultural exchange and immigration policies
- The potential impact of a new administration
The conference features such keynote speakers and panelists as The Hon. Kevin Rudd AC, Former Prime Minister of Australia and President of the Asia Society Policy Institute; Former Vice Minister of Foreign Trade and Economic Cooperation of the People’s Republic of China, Long Yongtu; US-China Business Council President, Craig Allen; and Former US Ambassador to China and Former US Senator, Max Baucus. The full list of speakers can be found here. Conference attendees will have access to live sessions, attendee networking and video playback.
The first South China Morning Post’s China Conference took place in 2015 to debate pressing issues and promote greater understanding regarding China. Originally held in Hong Kong, the conference has also been held in Southeast Asia and the United States. Registration information can be found by vising https://ccus2020.scmp.com.