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Rebecca Liao

Rebecca Liao is an international corporate attorney, writer and China analyst based in Silicon Valley. In February 2016, she will join the business team at Globality, a startup focused on international trade, as a director. In six years of practicing law, she represented clients in Asia, North America and Europe across a variety of industries, including Internet, mobile, semiconductors, enterprise software, energy, advertising technology, consumer technology and finance. She has written for numerous publications, including The New York Times, Financial Times, Foreign Affairs, The Atlantic and The National Interest. She is a member of the National Committee on United States–China Relations and the Brookings Society.

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