Chinese carmaker BYD operates a manufacturing plant in Lancaster, California. Photo: Xinhua Chinese carmaker BYD operates a manufacturing plant in Lancaster, California. Photo: Xinhua
Chinese carmaker BYD operates a manufacturing plant in Lancaster, California. Photo: Xinhua
Christine Loh
Opinion

Opinion

Christine Loh and Christopher Tang

Rather than decouple, China and the US must find ways to coexist

  • Clear thinkers in China know a bitter divorce from the US is a lose-lose situation
  • Beijing could instead seek healthy competition and cooperation with the US, expand operations of Chinese brands in America, and aim to be more transparent

Chinese carmaker BYD operates a manufacturing plant in Lancaster, California. Photo: Xinhua Chinese carmaker BYD operates a manufacturing plant in Lancaster, California. Photo: Xinhua
Chinese carmaker BYD operates a manufacturing plant in Lancaster, California. Photo: Xinhua
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Christine Loh

Christine Loh

Christine Loh is chief development strategist and adjunct professor at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology’s Institute of the Environment and Division of Environment and Sustainability. She was the former undersecretary for the environment (2012-17), and a former lawmaker. She is also the former CEO of Civic Exchange, a non-profit public policy think tank. She is a lawyer by training, a commodities trader by profession, and an author of many publications.

Christopher Tang

Christopher Tang

Christopher Tang is university distinguished professor and Edward Carter professor of business administration at the UCLA Anderson School of Management.