US-China talks to tackle thorny economic issues

The high level S&ED tries to keep US-China ties — arguably the most important bilateral relationship in the world — on a relatively even keel.
Xi Jinping and Barack Obama
Xi Jinping and Barack Obama

Discussions surrounding cyberattacks on the US government's Office of Personnel Management and China's ongoing land reclamation work in the South China Sea will undoubtedly dominate the strategic track of the upcoming US-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue.

The SED's economic track, although lacking the attention-grabbing headlines of the heated strategic exchanges, may have far greater long term implications.

The world's first- and second-largest economies are going to-toe-toe, after all, and with the continuing economic recovery of the US and EU hanging in the balance, the talks in Washington DC this summer will be watched by more than just the usual scrum of eggheads and bean...

¬ Haymarket Media Limited. All rights reserved.

FinanceAsia has updated its subscription model.

Registered readers now have the opportunity to read 5 articles from our award-winning website for free.

To obtain unlimited access to our award-winning exclusive news and analysis, we offer subscription packages, including single user, team (2-10 users), or office-wide licences.

To help you and your colleagues access our proprietary content, please contact us at subscriptions@financeasia.com, or +(852) 2122 5222

Article limit is reached.

Hello! You have used up all of your free articles on FinanceAsia.

To obtain unlimited access to our award-winning exclusive news and analysis, we offer subscription packages, including single user, team (2-10 users), or office-wide licences. To help you and your colleagues access our proprietary content, please contact us at subscriptions@financeasia.com, or +(852) 2122 5222