Lovely discusses China and the WTO with R Street Institute

Lovely,-MaryAfter intense protest and protracted negotiations, China joined the World Trade Organization (WTO) in December of 2001. Beijing’s place in the rules-based trading system was secured. Yet over time, the U.S.-China economic relationship began to change and has shifted rapidly in recent years. From a protracted trade war and temporary détente, to a new American presidential administration and the rise of Xi Jinping, the U.S.-China economic relationship has undergone a series of political shifts with profound ramifications for the future of global commerce. Professor Mary Lovely  joined the R Street Institute for a panel discussion on economic issues and relations between the world’s two largest economies. 12/21/21