How US Federal Elections Will Impact US-China Relations

By Bruce Heiman and Stacy Ettinger, K&L Gates LLP (November 14, 2016, 12:33 PM EST) -- Reacting to widespread economic anxiety, the Trump administration and its congressional allies likely will pursue a broad range of legislative and regulatory initiatives to address the real or perceived negative impact of globalization and economic insecurity, including shifts to production abroad, threats to national economic security via foreign direct investment, rampant intellectual property theft, cybercrime, and foreign-government policies that distort trade and investment. This fundamental shift in the direction of U.S. trade policy will have ripple effects across the globe.

Trade with China is squarely in the crosshairs and, over the next four years, U.S.-China relations likely will take a turn...

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