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The Diplomat: How Latin America Factors Into the US-China Rivalry

The Diplomat: How Latin America Factors Into the US-China Rivalry

The Diplomat: How Latin America Factors Into the US-China Rivalry

The Diplomat: How Latin America Factors Into the US-China Rivalry

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Leigh Wedell

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February 27, 2019

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The U.S.-China relationship is on a new trajectory that has profound implications for other regions. Even with a resolution to the trade war possibly on the horizon, this bilateral relationship is now confronting a systemic clash that – at its heart – centers around the race to commercialize transformative technologies like artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things, and self-driving vehicles. This clash will play out not just between the United States and China, but around the world, pressuring countries and leading tech companies to choose a side.

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The Diplomat: How the US-China Tech Wars Will Impact the Developing World

The Diplomat: How the US-China Tech Wars Will Impact the Developing World

The Diplomat: How the US-China Tech Wars Will Impact the Developing World

The Diplomat: How the US-China Tech Wars Will Impact the Developing World

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Deborah Lehr

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February 22, 2019

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If an “economic iron curtain” falls, it will be in areas like the Middle East and Africa.

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Quick Take: U.S.-China Trade Moves Forward: Market Opening, Liu He to DC, and Another Big Xi Speech

Quick Take: U.S.-China Trade Moves Forward: Market Opening, Liu He to DC, and Another Big Xi Speech

Quick Take: U.S.-China Trade Moves Forward: Market Opening, Liu He to DC, and Another Big Xi Speech

Quick Take: U.S.-China Trade Moves Forward: Market Opening, Liu He to DC, and Another Big Xi Speech

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Basilinna

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November 15, 2018

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China’s Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) on Friday quietly announced concrete steps to revise and eliminate restrictions set forth in their centrally administered Negative List on inbound foreign investment. In addition, the Vice President Liu He's upcoming visit to Washington and President Xi's speech in December celebrating the 40th anniversary of opening up and reform both show the intention to bring further market openings.

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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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China's Vice Premier heads to U.S. for trade talks

China's Vice Premier heads to U.S. for trade talks

China's Vice Premier heads to U.S. for trade talks

China's Vice Premier heads to U.S. for trade talks

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Bloomberg

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May 11, 2018

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Deborah Lehr, CEO of Basilinna, discusses trade relations between the United States and China as the nations prepare to resume trade talks. She speaks with Bloomberg's David Westin on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."

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NPC Update: Slow Start

NPC Update: Slow Start

NPC Update: Slow Start

NPC Update: Slow Start

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Basilinna

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March 9, 2018

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The 13th session of the National People’s Congress (NPC)—China’s nearly 3,000-delegate parliament—began on Monday, March 5th with an address from Premier Li Keqiang about the state of the economy. In it, he cited a GDP growth target of “about 6.5 percent,” and a commitment to managing macro-level financial risks.

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