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Panel 3: Tech and Energy

Nov 9, 8:40-9:20pm EST

American semiconductor companies are now backing legislation aimed at reshoring or onshoring semi conductor chip production, most notably the CHIPS Act, which would earmark $52 billion for American chip makers to move more production state side.

What will this mean for US-China trade relations and policies? How will the latest tech, energy, and cybersecurity policies and laws affect Chinese and American businesses and consumers? Join these experts to find out. 

Our Panelists


Partner, Dorsey & Whitney

Catherine Pan

Catherine is a Partner and Corporate Group Head in the firm’s New York office and chairs the firm’s globally recognized U.S.-China Practice. Catherine serves as a member of the Firm’s Management Committee, the executive body of the Firm. As a highly skilled attorney and trusted advisor, and one of the most prominent Chinese-speaking business lawyers in New York, Catherine has a strong client following among some of the world’s largest corporations, financial institutions and business leaders.


Cybersecurity Policy Fellow, New America

Samm Sacks

Samm Sacks is a Cybersecurity Policy and China Digital Economy Fellow at New America. Her research focuses on emerging information and communication technology (ICT) policies globally, particularly in China. She has worked on Chinese technology policy issues for over a decade, both with the U.S. government and in the private sector.


Hi2 Global

Jerry Wang

Jerry Wang is Founder and CEO of Hi2 Global. Jerry founded Hi2 Global in New York in 2014, as an Investment as a Service (IaaS) global asset allocation platform. Hi2 Global allocates capital in the U.S. and to emerging markets including Southeast Asia, Africa and LATAM through an emerging market credit fund, an early stage venture fund and a long/short equity portfolio.


Senior VP of China Tech Policy, ASG

Paul Triolo

Paul Triolo is a senior associate with the Trustee Chair in Chinese Business and Economics at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. He is currently senior vice president for China and technology policy lead at Albright Stonebridge Group, where he advises clients in technology, financial services, and other sectors as they navigate complex political and regulatory matters in China and around the world. He has served in senior positions within the U.S. government for more than 25 years, focusing primarily on China’s rise as a science, technology, and cyber power.

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