Engage China News and Activities

Contact: Katrina Cavalli, 212.313.1181, kcavalli@sifma.org Washington, D.C., June 1, 2016—Engage China, a coalition of 12 financial services trade associations united in support of high-level engagement between the United States and China with an emphasis on continued financial sector reform in China, submitted a letter to U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew and U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry in advance of the upcoming [...]
Download PDF June 1, 2016 The Honorable John Kerry Secretary, U.S. Department of State 320 21st St NW Washington, DC 20451 The Honorable Jacob Lew Secretary, U.S. Department of Treasury 1500 Pennsylvania Ave NW Washington, DC 20220 Dear Secretaries Kerry and Lew: The Engage China [1] coalition supports [...]

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By Mark Schwartz, Goldman Sachs In the 1990s, trade was the defining issue of the US-China economic relationship. Today...
Later this week, China will host finance ministers and central bank governors from the G-20 nations for the first time since 2005. In the intervening decade, its economy has continued its remarkable rise, with its GDP last year climbing well above $10 trillion —  nearly five times what it was when finance ministers from the world’s largest economies last gathered as a group in Beijing.