As China’s President Xi Jinping approaches his expected third term, he faces growing international resistance to his intensification of state control over domestic firms and markets. An expert panel discussed the feedback between these external tensions and China's domestic political climate, Beijing’s regulation of Big Tech, the implications for strategic competition with the United States, and whether the evolution of China’s development model will prompt a reorganization of international trade and investment rules.
The event began with presentations followed by a panel discussion.
Moderator: Mary E. Lovely, Anthony M. Solomon Senior Fellow, PIIE
Yeling Tan, Nonresident Senior Fellow, PIIE
China’s Development Models in an Era of Global Disruption
Martin Chorzempa, Senior Fellow, PIIE
Building or Destroying Value?: China Moves to Regulate Big Tech
Margaret Pearson, Dr. Horace V. and Wilma E. Harrison Distinguished Professor and Distinguished Scholar-Teacher in the Department of Government and Politics, University of Maryland
China's Political Economy and International Backlash
Nicholas Lardy, Nonresident Senior Fellow, PIIE
Tianlei Huang, Research Fellow, PIIE
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