February 25, 2021
Webinar-on demand — Toward a worker-centered China policy: How to make U.S.-China trade help Americans and the world
President Biden and several of his top advisers have criticized the U.S.-China trade war as ineffective and harmful, stating that they will instead promote a “worker-centered” trade policy. But it remains unclear precisely how this will translate to U.S. economic policy toward China. Building on the recommendations in a recent Quincy Institute report on a more effective U.S. strategy in East Asia, this event will bring together representatives from the progressive labor community and the business community to discuss ideas for how the United States can develop a better trade policy toward China that will help average American workers and consumers, while also promoting a more constructive overall U.S.-China relationship that bolsters global peace and prosperity instead of undermining it.