The U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission will hold a public hearing Aug. 21 to explore the implications for investors and supply chains of China’s current economy. Interested parties may submit written statements by Aug. 21.

The hearing will start with an evaluation of the health of China’s financial sector, assessing the extent of China’s evolving fiscal and financial challenges and the consequent implications for China’s economic growth. It will subsequently examine China’s role in global capital markets, including how Chinese firms raise capital from abroad via offshore tax havens and how China’s sovereign wealth funds invest and deploy China’s foreign exchange reserves.

Finally, the hearing will address developments in U.S.-China trade relations and U.S. supply chain resiliency, looking at the major trends reshaping U.S. supply chain strategies in addition to China’s efforts to secure dominance in key technology areas, such as clean energy technology.

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