The Chinese premier's promises addressed U.S. complaints, but the extent to which Beijing follows through remains to be seen.
Shipments of goods in and out of China have largely been "unabated," says Christian Lanng, chief executive and co-founder of Tradeshift.
At the moment, we're focusing on Southeast Asia, says Takeshi Niinami, President and CEO, Suntory.
Military warfare could increasingly look like a loss of connectivity rather than a loss of life, says Splunk's cybersecurity expert.
Japanese beer and spirits maker Suntory would rather be in Southeast Asia than in China now, said its CEO Takeshi Niinami.
Global supply chains took decades to be established and they won't be unwound in just 12 months, says Christian Lanng of Tradeshift.
China is already adapting to the changing business landscape and that trade, and particularly technological, relations will never be the same again.
Alain Dehaze of Adecco discusses the trend of freelance employment and the need for regulation and protection of workers as the labor force changes.
As German enterprise software giant SAP looks to expand in China in a big way, it is looking to more partnership opportunities in the country.
Xavier Veyry, CEO of AXA China, discusses digitalization and its impact on the insurance industry. He also says, before anything, the firm wants to be a Chinese company serving local customers but supported by an international group.
Jing Ulrich of J.P. Morgan Chase says agreement between the U.S. and China to hold off on more tariffs has temporarily removed one uncertainty facing the global economy.
Haiyan Song of Splunk says cyber attacks could be a "new way" for countries and nation states to think about their competitiveness in the military world.
The U.S.-China trade war and the threat that Chinese firms could be cut off from using American technology is boosting China's push for its own semiconductor industry.
Martin Frick of Temenos says it is "strange" that technology is becoming more global, but players are becoming more domestic. This should change when there's stringent regulation across borders, he says.
The Hong Kong Stock Exchange's Charles Li said he's "quite confident" many Chinese firms listed abroad will offer stock in Hong Kong.
Charles Li of HKEX explains why the protests in Hong Kong have given him a higher level of confidence in the city. He also weighs in on the arrest of a former HKEX official.
Deepak Krishnamurthy of SAP says the company is innovating in China, for China. He also says there is a "huge opportunity" in the country.
The U.S. and China are headed for greater cooperation, even if the ongoing trade dispute takes years to resolve, some analysts said Monday.
China is "definitely" in the lead when it comes to 5G networks, and the world should not underestimate China, says Ajit Manocha of SEMI.
Chinese stocks rose after U.S. President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping agreed at the G-20 summit to pause the trade war.