The Chinese Trade Economic Association is holding its first international conference in Beijing, and its conference director is the former U.S. Trade Representative Mike Froman, a longtime champion of Chinese trade policies and who is currently the president of the U.K.-based National Association of Manufacturers.
The conference is sponsored by the trade association’s trade and investment arm, which says the event is “aimed at advancing China-U.S.-European trade and development.”
The conference is scheduled to take place on December 18 at the China-hosted Great Hall of the People, which is part of the annual Great Hall Palace Party.
This year’s event is being hosted by China’s People’s Daily newspaper, and the theme for the opening day was “China-U-S-Europe Cooperation in Trade.”
A video released by the China Trade Association shows Froman speaking on the theme of “China’s Trade Policies and U.s.
Trade Policy,” which the trade group describes as “developing the U-S.-China economic and strategic partnership.”
Froman also said that the trade associations mission was “to advance China-US-European trade, development and security.”
“The aim is to develop a comprehensive bilateral trade policy that will improve the lives of our peoples,” he said, adding that the U,S.
and European Union “should strengthen and expand bilateral and multilateral cooperation in trade, trade, investment, technology, investment services, investment standards and the environment.”
The trade association, which was established in 2008, was created to promote bilateral trade and economic cooperation among the six largest economies of the world, and is made up of trade, finance, and investment groups.
The group was formed in response to a 2008 deal between China and the United States that brought the two nations closer to economic and security cooperation.
The U.N. General Assembly has also recently passed resolutions calling for a “transparent, transparent, open and fair” trade policy between the two countries, which the Chinese government sees as a major threat to its national security.
The United States is not included in the Chinese trade association and has a small number of trade representatives in its region.
However, the Chinese Communist Party, which oversees the U:China Economic and Security Dialogue, has a number of top trade and trade policy officials in the region.
China also has a large number of representatives in the United Nations and the World Bank, which have ties with the United State.