Jun 26, 2019
While it is much simpler to gauge the reactions and perceptions of U.S. individuals and businesses toward the U.S.-China trade war, it is quite uncertain how Chinese citizens and businesses have been affected by the trade war.
In this episode, we’re exploring the effects of the U.S.-China trade war from the China perspective and the consequent Chinese market changes. This conversation follows the two prior episodes with Townsend Bourne and Scott Maberry, respectively, where we explored the ramifications of the trade war from the U.S. perspective.
Joining me to share the China perspective is Michael Zhang. Michael is a partner in the Corporate Practice Group, Antitrust Practice Group and the Intellectual Property Practice Groups in Sheppard Mullin’s Shanghai office. He has a deep understanding of China’s legal system and business practices.
What We Discuss in this Episode:
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