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Alan H. Fleischmann

US-China Trade Talks - Q&A With Deborah Lehr On What America's CEOs Can Expect Going Forward

US-China Trade Talks - Q&A With Deborah Lehr On What America's CEOs Can Expect Going Forward

US-China Trade Talks - Q&A With Deborah Lehr On What America's CEOs Can Expect Going Forward

US-China Trade Talks - Q&A With Deborah Lehr On What America's CEOs Can Expect Going Forward

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Alan H. Fleischmann

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May 24, 2018

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Following threats of a trade war and new tariffs, the United States and China appear to have agreed on a framework for a trade agreement. Earlier this week I spoke with Deborah Lehr, the CEO of Basilinna, a close colleague of mine with deep expertise in China. Lehr is one of the world’s leading voices on US-China relations, having led US negotiations with China across all major sectors as a Deputy Assistant US Trade Representative during the Clinton Administration. Today she helps business executives solve problems and build successful partnerships in Chinese and Middle Eastern markets.

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Xi on the rise: Outcomes from the 19th Chinese Communist Party Congress

Xi on the rise: Outcomes from the 19th Chinese Communist Party Congress

Xi on the rise: Outcomes from the 19th Chinese Communist Party Congress

Xi on the rise: Outcomes from the 19th Chinese Communist Party Congress

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Alan H. Fleischmann

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November 13, 2017

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With all eyes on President Trump’s first state visit to the Middle Kingdom, the most salient recent development for the global business community may come from the Chinese Communist Party’s Congress.

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President Trump needs to lead like the businessman he promised he Is

President Trump needs to lead like the businessman he promised he Is

President Trump needs to lead like the businessman he promised he Is

President Trump needs to lead like the businessman he promised he Is

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Alan H. Fleischmann

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February 1, 2017

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If you asked a Trump voter why they supported their candidate during the 2016 election, you were likely to hear ‘he’s a businessman, not a politician. He’ll run the country like a business.' Very few CEOs run successful businesses without building a core team of advisers with broad, diverse backgrounds and perspectives.

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Mark Zuckerberg does not need to be president to change the world

Mark Zuckerberg does not need to be president to change the world

Mark Zuckerberg does not need to be president to change the world

Mark Zuckerberg does not need to be president to change the world

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Alan H. Fleischmann

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January 11, 2017

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Mark Zuckerberg’s New Year’s resolution to launch a 30-state tour of the United States in 2017 has led to speculation that he is weighing a future in elective office. “After a tumultuous last year,” Zuckerberg wrote in a Facebook post, “my hope for this challenge is to get out and talk to more people about how they’re living, working and thinking about the future.”

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Is Argentina’s economy finally having a ‘moment?’

Is Argentina’s economy finally having a ‘moment?’

Is Argentina’s economy finally having a ‘moment?’

Is Argentina’s economy finally having a ‘moment?’

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Alan H. Fleischmann

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September 19, 2016

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With broad concerns that the U.S. stock market may be overheated and turmoil in Europe following Brexit, long-term global investors are desperate for good news. This week, we got some when Argentina’s president, Mauricio Macri, opened a three-day conference in Buenos Aires for top global CEOs and investors .

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