The US presidential election is taking place on 3 November, against the unprecedented backdrop of Covid-19. Joe Biden is polling ahead of incumbent Republican President Trump in key battleground states, but the latest polling shows that both a 'Biden landslide' or a 'narrow Trump win' are possible. Some say that, regardless of who wins, US policy towards China will be tougher, as thinking on both sides has changed.
While Trump continues to wage a trade war with China, Biden's position on China has also undergone a shift as he takes a tougher stance in US-China relations. Who will be better for China? Whose foreign policy would ameliorate the 'Cold War' between the US and China?
Join the British Chamber and AmCham China on Thursday 22nd Oct, where speakers will argue head-to-head whether Trump or Biden would improve or benefit US-China trade relations over the next five years.