Chinese Premier Li Keqiang holds a virtual dialogue from Beijing with British business leaders on July 6. Policymakers should continue to involve industry experts in discussions over where to draw the lines in bilateral engagement. Photo: Xinhua Chinese Premier Li Keqiang holds a virtual dialogue from Beijing with British business leaders on July 6. Policymakers should continue to involve industry experts in discussions over where to draw the lines in bilateral engagement. Photo: Xinhua
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang holds a virtual dialogue from Beijing with British business leaders on July 6. Policymakers should continue to involve industry experts in discussions over where to draw the lines in bilateral engagement. Photo: Xinhua
Colleen K. Howe
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Colleen K. Howe

US-China relations: how business can help write the new rules of engagement

  • The deteriorating bilateral relationship can benefit from expert input from the business community as Beijing and Washington redraw the lines in strategic industries
  • Business ties can also play a stabilising and humanising role as dialogue channels shrink elsewhere

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang holds a virtual dialogue from Beijing with British business leaders on July 6. Policymakers should continue to involve industry experts in discussions over where to draw the lines in bilateral engagement. Photo: Xinhua Chinese Premier Li Keqiang holds a virtual dialogue from Beijing with British business leaders on July 6. Policymakers should continue to involve industry experts in discussions over where to draw the lines in bilateral engagement. Photo: Xinhua
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang holds a virtual dialogue from Beijing with British business leaders on July 6. Policymakers should continue to involve industry experts in discussions over where to draw the lines in bilateral engagement. Photo: Xinhua
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Colleen K. Howe

Colleen K. Howe

Colleen K. Howe is a programme associate at the Asia Business Council.