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An Agenda for China and the United States

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June 24 - 26, 2011 • Armonk, NY

he eighth annual China-U.S. Symposium was held at the Weill Center in Armonk, New York. Financial regulatory reforms in the U.S. and at the global level were ongoing but still unfinished and doubts remained about the sustainability of recovery in developed economies as well as the longer term and global effects of loose monetary policy. In this context, sessions addressed regulation and competitiveness of U.S. and Chinese capital markets, opportunities and challenges in cross-border investment between the U.S. and China, the future of the dollar and the RMB in the global financial system, and RMB-denominated bond markets.

• Regulation and Competitiveness in the U.S. and Chinese Capital Markets
• Opportunities and Challenges in Cross-Border Investment between the U.S. and China
• The Future of the Dollar and the RMB in the Global Financial System

Keynote Speakers
• Wei LI, President, Development Research Center of the State Council
• Lawrence H. Summers, Charles W. Eliot Professor, Kennedy School of Govt., Harvard University
• Marisa Lago, Assistant Secretary for International Markets and Development, U.S. Department of Treasury
• Carlos Gutierrez, Vice Chairman, Institutional Clients Group, Citi
• Tong CAO, Executive Vice President, China Citic Bank

Symposium Materials
Final Presentation
Final Report 
Presentations and Concept Papers

Last modified: December 04, 2014

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