What the 2020 elections portend for the U.S./China relationship and Utah business

The presidential election holds important implications for the future of US-China relationships. Utah businesses need to know what they can expect.

Join World Trade Center Utah, Dorsey & Whitney and the US-China Business Council for a post-election discussion covering the US-China trade relationship, data privacy, national security policies (including CFIUS ) and what onshoring trends could mean for industries that are important to Utah.

What: What the 2020 Elections Portend for the US-China Relationship and Utah Business
When: December 10th at 10:00 am MST
Register HERE

If you register for this event but are unable to attend, we will send a recording to you after the webinar.

Miles Hansen, President and CEO | World Trade Center Utah
Anna Ashton, Senior Director of Government Affairs | US-China Business Council
Catherine Pan, Partner and U.S.-China Practice Group Chair | Dorsey & Whitney LLP (New York Office)
Justin Huff, Partner | Dorsey & Whitney LLP (D.C. Office) | formerly Deputy Director of CFIUS/Treasury Department
Troy Keller, Of Counsel | Dorsey & Whitney LLP (Salt Lake City Office) |(Moderator)

If you have any questions, please reach out to World Trade Center Utah Events Manager Hannah Hutt ([email protected]).