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As you have probably heard, on Friday Washington announced a 25% levy on $50 billion of imports from China. Beijing fired back by slapping a 25% tariff on American imports.
The San Gabriel Valley Economic Partnership will host a discussion on what the future will look like now that the world's two biggest economies are in a trade war.
You are invited to attend the Partnership's Power Lunch 2.0 Series, a monthly business meeting that focuses on networking opportunities and business intelligence. At the June 21 Power Lunch 2.0, you will gain an understanding of what is really driving the recent tariff talks and how these affect international trade. This event is sponsored by City National Bank.
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Haiyan Liu: Mr. Liu joined the Chinese consulate General in Los Angeles in July 2013 as the Commercial Counselor. He is responsible for promoting trade and investment cooperation between China and the areas of Southern California, Arizona, Hawaii and New Mexico. His office works closely with Chinese and U.S. government agencies and trade organizations to identify business opportunities and facilitate two-way exchanges and cooperation.
David Atkinson: Mr. Atkinson is senior vice president and foreign exchange sales manager for City National Bank. He is responsible for foreign exchange trading activity, market research and commentary, and all aspects of client servicing. Before assuming his current position in 2010, Mr. Atkinson served as a vice president and foreign exchange advisor.
Andrew Kositkun: Mr. Kositkun is vice president and interbank FX trader for City National Bank. He is responsible for managing the banks G10 foreign currency liquidity and positioning, market research and analysis and commentary. Before assuming his current position in 2016, Mr. Kositkun worked as an assistant vice president in City National Bank’s Capital Finance group.