Escalating tensions between China and other countries, ongoing political shifts, and China’s heavy investment in emerging technology and AI underscore the urgency of understanding China’s impact on global affairs. China holds immense significance in today's global landscape, shaping trade, technology, and international relations.
The nation’s rise as a global economic powerhouse has sent ripples worldwide, reshaping the landscape of international trade and digital innovation. How can your team stay on top of what’s happening, prepare for what comes next, and anticipate and mitigate risk for your organization?
Watch our recorded webinar to explore China’s impact on North America, Latin America, and Asia. Experts will provide a panoramic view of the interconnected web that defines the modern global economy. In 45 minutes, we’ll explore intricate relationships with China, trade dynamics, and technological collaborations.
Experts will discuss:
Crucial insights and updates you need to navigate the complex Chinese policy landscape
Trends in trade and digital policy to watch in the coming year
China’s relationships with and impact on the Americas and Asia Pacific region
Annika von Grey is a senior consultant on FiscalNote’s Professional Services team. Annika provides key analysis on federal, state, and local legislation for clients spanning multiple industries, with a particular focus on the energy, agriculture, and international trade sectors. Annika graduated magna cum laude from New York University where she studied Climate Economics and International Relations.
Lucas Machado is a global policy analyst at FiscalNote Professional Services. Lucas holds a Master’s Degree in International Politics, is a former lecturer on diplomatic studies, and has experience in Brazilian foreign and environmental policy. As a Global Policy Analyst in FiscalNote’s Global Professional Services Team, he is responsible for the monitoring of AI policy in Latin America for some of the company’s biggest clients.
Jessica Milano is a global policy analyst at FiscalNote Professional Services. She is responsible for the monitoring of key policy developments in East Asia and Southeast Asia. Jessica studied and worked in China and holds a Master's Degree in International Relations and China Studies. She also formerly worked at the European External Action Service and the Italian Embassy in Vietnam.
Moderated by Thomas Adlam, senior manager of client engagements, global, at FiscalNote. He worked as a political consultant focusing on the UK and the European Union. Now based out of Brussels, he manages a team of analysts focused on monitoring legislative and regulatory developments for FiscalNote’s biggest clients. He studied at Oxford University and Maastricht University.