A group of the largest retail associations in the United States is appealing to President Biden to resume trade talks with China and ease the burden on U.S. companies. They say the tariffs on Chinese products are hurting their bottom line. Caroline Malone reports from Washington.
Joining the discussion:
- Craig Allen served as a U.S. Ambassador to Brunei and is currently the president of the U.S.-China Business Council.
- Yan Liang is a professor of economics at Willamette University.
- Ryan Patel is a global business executive and senior fellow with the Drucker School of Management at Claremont Graduate University.
- John Gong is an economics professor at Beijing’s University of International Business and Economics.
Glad to meet with @USChinaBusiness President Craig Allen and talk about the prospects of China-US trade. Both of us wish to see robust trade and investment between China and the US benefiting our peoples. pic.twitter.com/lETKMHbXqV
— Qin Gang 秦刚 (@AmbQinGang) August 14, 2021