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Phase One China-U.S. Trade Deal

Phase One China-U.S. Trade Deal

Phase One China-U.S. Trade Deal

Phase One China-U.S. Trade Deal

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Edelman

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January 22, 2020

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Summary of the phase one trade deal with China from our partners at Edelman.

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Quick Take: What Else You Should Know about the Phase One Trade Deal with China

Quick Take: What Else You Should Know about the Phase One Trade Deal with China

Quick Take: What Else You Should Know about the Phase One Trade Deal with China

Quick Take: What Else You Should Know about the Phase One Trade Deal with China

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Basilinna

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January 21, 2020

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A lot has been written summarizing the phase one deal with China, but there are a few aspects of the agreement that are worth highlighting along with some of the implications now that this agreement has been signed. Here’s our take on what else you should know.

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U.S.-China Deal Could Upend the Way Nations Settle Disputes

U.S.-China Deal Could Upend the Way Nations Settle Disputes

U.S.-China Deal Could Upend the Way Nations Settle Disputes

U.S.-China Deal Could Upend the Way Nations Settle Disputes

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Wall Street Journal

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January 16, 2020

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Basilinna CEO Deborah Lehr's views on the enforcement mechanisms of the US China Phase I trade deal.

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Quick Take: What Should be in a Phase Two China Trade Deal?

Quick Take: What Should be in a Phase Two China Trade Deal?

Quick Take: What Should be in a Phase Two China Trade Deal?

Quick Take: What Should be in a Phase Two China Trade Deal?

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Basilinna

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January 10, 2020

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The phase one trade deal will be signed on January 15, and consideration is being given to what a phase two negotiation should include. Here's our take on what could and should be in the second round.

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Quick Take: Treasury Declares China a Currency Manipulator as the Trade Tensions Escalate

Quick Take: Treasury Declares China a Currency Manipulator as the Trade Tensions Escalate

Quick Take: Treasury Declares China a Currency Manipulator as the Trade Tensions Escalate

Quick Take: Treasury Declares China a Currency Manipulator as the Trade Tensions Escalate

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Basilinna

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August 7, 2019

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Late Monday, August 5 2019, Treasury took the significant step of declaring China a currency manipulator in response to China’s retaliation of the threatened tariff increases. This is our take on the latest move in the escalating bilateral tensions.

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Bloomberg Daybreak: Chinese Economy Is Slowing

Bloomberg Daybreak: Chinese Economy Is Slowing

Bloomberg Daybreak: Chinese Economy Is Slowing

Bloomberg Daybreak: Chinese Economy Is Slowing

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Bloomberg

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January 30, 2019

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Basilinna CEO Deborah Lehr is featured on Bloomberg Daybreak to discuss the latest U.S.-China storylines on multiple fronts---including Liu's He's visit and the ever-evolving Huawei news.

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Quick Take: U.S.-China Trade Talks, Where are we this week?

Quick Take: U.S.-China Trade Talks, Where are we this week?

Quick Take: U.S.-China Trade Talks, Where are we this week?

Quick Take: U.S.-China Trade Talks, Where are we this week?

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Basilinna

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May 10, 2018

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Vice Premier Liu He arrives next week for second round of trade talks, likely late next week Focus will be on reducing the trade deficit through increasing purchases, market access for key products, tech transfer, and intellectual property rights Finding some kind of resolution on ZTE will be a Chinese priority

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Why the Bilateral Investment Treaty matters

Why the Bilateral Investment Treaty matters

Why the Bilateral Investment Treaty matters

Why the Bilateral Investment Treaty matters

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Deborah Lehr

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February 13, 2015

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China's trade negotiators were recently in Washington to continue negotiations towards a bilateral investment treaty (BIT) between their country and the United States. Much still remains to be hammered out: China plans to submit its "negative list" – sectors that will not be opened to foreign competition – after Spring Festival, and then tough negotiations will ensue.

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