Center for Asian Law
The Center for Asian Law (CAL) at Penn is a collaborative faculty and student effort to nurture innovative thinking on and analysis of international, and comparative law and policy in Asia.
February 14th, 2019
Thursday, February 14, 201912:00 PM China’s Response to the US-China Trade War and Its Spillover Effects
Heng Wang, Associate Professor of Law, University of New South Wales
China’s response to current US trade policy will have significant ramifications within China and may have spillover effects beyond China. This talk will assess how China is responding to the US trade approach, and what the wider implications may be, including for international governance. In so doing, it will differentiate between China’s retaliatory, inclusive, and regulatory responses.CSCC Conference Room, Perelman 418, 133 S. 36th St.
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