The EXIM Subcommittee on Strategic Competition with the People’s Republic of China – or the Chairman’s Council on China Competition – provides guidance to EXIM’s Advisory Committee on how China is engaging in strategic competition against the United States, and how Beijing’s actions impact American interests and economic security.
The Chairman’s Council will help EXIM make the most of its critical, bipartisan Congressional mandate to establish a “Program on China and Transformational Exports,” designed to directly neutralize Chinese export subsidies, advance the comparative leadership of the United States with respect to china, and support U.S. innovation, employment, and technological standards in ten key technology sectors.
2020-2021 EXIM Chairman’s Council on China Competition Members
Ambassador Paula Dobriansky
Senior Fellow, Harvard University Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs
Vice Chair, Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security (Atlantic Council)
Advisory Committee Chair:
The Honorable Stevan Pearce*
Chief Executive Officer/Manager
Trinity Industries, Inc
U.S. House of Representatives and New Mexico House of Representatives
Sub-Saharan Africa Advisory Committee Chair:
Senior Vice President, Director of the Program on Prosperity and Development
Center for Strategic and International Studies
Senior Managing Director & Co-Head of Cerberus Frontier
Cerberus Capital Management
C. Derek Campbell
Chief Executive Officer
Energy and Natural Resource Security, Inc.
AlphaSierra Advisory Group
Founder and Managing Partner
Baron Public Affairs
President & CEO
Director, East Region
Meridian Finance Group
Baker & McKenzie LLP
Vinmar Projects LLC
President & CEO
Council on Competitiveness
For more information about the 2020-2021 EXIM Chairman’s Council on China Competition, email firstname.lastname@example.org.