U.S.-China Economic Relations: Much Noise but Limited Options
Henry Levine is a Senior Director with advisory firm Stonebridge International. He previously had a distinguished career as a Foreign Service Officer, culminating in service as Deputy Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Europe (2002-2003) and for Asia (2003-2005). Prior to this, Mr. Levine completed several assignments in China, including service as Consul General in Shanghai (1999-2002) and Deputy Chief of the U.S. Embassy’s Economic Section (1989-1992). Mr. Levine has testified before Congress on China’s compliance with World Trade Organization requirements and is a frequent speaker before business and academic groups.
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