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China’s Industrial Subsidies: What Can be Done?

Yeutter Institute

Date: Time: 8:30 am
Virtual Webinar
Contact: Jacy Thoman, jthoman3@unl.edu
Chinese government subsidies to favored industries and the role of state-owned enterprises, along with the overarching role of the state in the Chinese economy, are at the core of U.S.-China trade tensions and are not addressed in the U.S.-China phase one trade deal, signed in January 2020. Kelly Ann Shaw and Stephen Olson will walk through these challenges and ongoing efforts to address them through the World Trade Organization and other forums, including a joint statement issued in January 2020 by the U.S., EU and Japan calling for improved subsidy disciplines within the WTO.

Eligible attendees may receive 1 hour of Continuing Legal Education for this webinar. If participating, please provide your bar number when registering.

This webinar is part of a six-session series on “International Trade: Measuring and Managing Risk and Uncertainty.” The series is hosted by the Clayton Yeutter Institute of International Trade and Finance at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln, with support from the CME Group Foundation. All webinars are free and open to the public. Video recaps will be available after the event.

Registration: https://unl.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_tDvqch48Q1-rQphtwvyMHg

https://yeutter-institute.unl.edu/uncertainty-shocks-measuring-implications-international-trade-and-economic-growth

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