The ongoing trade dispute between the US and China continues to get a lot of attention in Washington DC and resonate with markets and investors. As of mid-June 2019, talks between the two countries have stalled. In the meantime, the technology sector continues to adjust to the blacklisting of the Chinese telecommunications company Huawei by the US government on national security grounds. I recently spoke about these issues with Bob Marsh, who serves as a principal at the DC-based bipartisan lobbying firm OB-C Group.
Washington Perspective: US-China Trade Talks
An update from the nation’s capital on US-China trade negotiations, what might be expected in the near-term, and what it could mean for businesses and investors.
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