US President Joe Biden takes the steering wheel of the world's largest economy that's still reeling from a raging Covid pandemic.
Across the Pacific, having managed to be quite successful in pandemic prevention and control, China reported a whopping 6.5 percent growth in the fourth quarter of 2020. And contrary to what former President Donald Trump set out to do, the US trade deficit with China grew in the last 4 years. US direct investments into China also went up. So, how should the world's two largest economies engage with each other under a new US administration?
CGTN Host Tian Wei asked Craig Allen, President of the US-China Business Council.