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The Great De-Coupling

The Great De-Coupling
Wednesday, September 30th, 2020 | 6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. 

Program Fees:
Free for Members | $15 Non-members 

Please Note: All attendees will receive an email confirmation including a zoom invite two hours prior to the program with details of how to access the webinar

An enormous de-coupling is occurring. After decades of becoming more entwined, the economies of the People’s Republic of China (the PRC) and the United States of America (the USA) are becoming less connected. It is useful to understand the consequences of this de-coupling. In the 35 years from 1980 to 2015, fortunes were made (and some lost) betting on further economic integration between the two countries. And so will, in the next 10 years, assets and income flows shrink (and some blossom) in the great de-coupling. Lawyers, whatever their area of practice, have been useful- and themselves prospered- by understanding these winds of history.

Mark Elliott, Phillips Nizer LLP 

Dean Cheng, Senior Research Fellow, Asian Studies Center Davis Institute for National Security and Foreign Policy, Heritage Foundation 
Michael Galligan, Phillips Nizer
Dennis Kwok, Prince’s Chambers 
Robert Leo, Meeks, Shepard, Leo & Pillsbury
Margaret Myers, Director, Asia & Latin America Program, Inter-American Dialogue
Martin Rogers, Davis Polk & Wardwell
William Wilson, Wilson Williams LLC 

Sponsoring Committee: 
Asian Affairs, Jian Wu & Chengdong Xing, Co-Chair 

Co-Sponsoring Committees:
Council on International Affairs, Michael D. Cooper, Chair
International Commercial Disputes, Frances Bivens, Chair
International Law, Ulyana Bardyn, Chair

Sponsoring Association:
International Section, New York State Bar Association

New York City Bar Association 42 West 44th St New York, NY 10036 UNITED STATES

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