In the past year, tensions between economic globalization and the rising populism of the nation-state have shifted the world order.
Phenomena such as Brexit, TPP disruption, and US withdrawal from the Paris Agreement have threatened to reverse decade-long trend of freer exchanges of goods, capital and people. The US' well-established world leader status has to make way for an "American First" policy agenda.
How will the evolving Sino-US geo-political relationship affect economic exchanges between the two largest countries and among the rest of the world?
Would a domestic-focused US government accelerate its economy?
Meanwhile, what are the opportunities that can help elevate China's international status and how can it learn lessons from the past?
What are the risks and opportunities in the vibrant FinTech sector and cross-border investments?
This TCFA signature event provides an outstanding platform for industry leaders, academic experts, regulators, and TCFA members to share thoughts on these latest developments in the global economy and the financial markets.
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22 years ago, TCFA was founded as a non-profit organization comprised of professionals, policymakers, and scholars in finance and related fields who have a strong interest in China's financial and economic development. Today, headquartered in New York City, TCFA has over 6,000 members globally with chapters in Boston, Washington DC, Chicago, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Toronto, London, Paris, Tokyo, Singapore, Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen and Hong Kong. Please visit our website www.tcfaglobal.org for more information.
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