Wendy Cutler on how to enforce a US-China trade deal

U.S.-China trade delegations hold trade talks at the White House in Washington.

Wendy Cutler, vice president of The Asia Society Policy Institute and former acting deputy U.S. trade representative, joins David Dollar to discuss the structural issues in the U.S.-China trade negotiations and how a trade agreement between the two countries could be enforced. Cutler and Dollar explain the enforcement mechanisms at the administration’s disposal, the issues of intellectual property rights and state enterprises, and much more.

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