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Join, and the Wisconsin Technology Council for the first trade policy virtual event of the new year:

“Decoupling the U.S.-China trade relationship: Challenges and Opportunities of a new Economic Order”

Date:  February 17, 2022, 1:00 PM CST
Location:  Virtual
For details click here.

Join, and the Wisconsin Technology Council for the first trade policy virtual event of 2022.

Event description:
How far will U.S.-China decoupling go? What challenges and opportunities will this present to the Midwest? How will this transform trade relations, not just between the U.S. and China, but between the U.S. and its other major trading partners such as Mexico? This event will feature a panel of experts to address these and other pressing questions.

Event panel:
U.S. Rep. Ron Kind of Wisconsin, a member of the House Ways and Means Trade Subcommittee, joins two experts:

— Prof. Enrique Dussel Peters, from the National Autonomous University in Mexico |
— And Prof. Samantha Vortherms, a China expert at UC-Irvine |

This virtual luncheon is being done in cooperation with the Wisconsin Technology Council in addition to the Center for East Asian Studies and Latin American, Caribbean and Iberian Studies — both at UW-Madison. It is part of the + Trade Policy Initiative sponsored by Michael Best Strategies ( and the Wisconsin District Export Council (

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