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As we enter 2019, the U.S.-China relationship is rife with uncertainty. We caught up with Scott Kennedy, Deputy Director of the Freeman Chair in China Studies at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), at our annual Government Affairs Conference to discuss U.S.-China tensions and what U.S. companies in China can do to improve the situation. Kennedy is a leading authority on China, and his areas of expertise include China’s global economic relations, economic policy, industrial policy and innovation. We discuss the roots of U.S.-China trade tensions, what role technology and innovation play, and what happens at the end of the current 90-day trade negotiations. 

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