U.S. – China Economic Relations Revisited
- Chuck Grassley (R - IA)
- Senator Max Baucus (D - MT)
The Honorable Karan
Deputy US Trade RepresentativeOffice of the United StatesTrade Representative, Executive Office of the PresidentWashington , DC
Under Secretary for International AffairsDepartment of the TreasuryWashington , DC
The Honorable Franklin
Under Secretary for International TradeDepartment of CommerceWashington , DC
Senior Vice President InternationalRecording Industry Association of AmericaWashington , DC
The Honorable Robert
Vice Chairman of Goldman Sachs (International)Goldman Sachs & Co.New York , NY
PresidentUnited States China Business CouncilWashington , DC
Vice PresidentAmerican Soybean AssociationOwatona , MN
DirectorInstitute of International EconomicsWashington , DC
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