Three Focal Points for the U.S.-China Relationship
This paper covers three focal points—investment, technology, and national security—that will likely define the U.S.-China relationship in the years to come.
Mehill Marku is a Vice President, Senior Investment Strategist at PGIM Fixed Income. Prior to assuming this position, he was a portfolio manager for PGIM Fixed Income's Foreign Exchange Team. Previously, Mr. Marku was a Senior Associate assisting in global bond and foreign exchange management, trading, and analysis. He was also previously an analyst in the Portfolio Analysis Group, focused on monitoring and quantifying portfolios' risks relative to their benchmarks, as well as evaluating and measuring total return performance and attribution. Mr. Marku also worked in the Structured Finance Group, as well as the Asset Liability and Risk Management area, where his work focused on performance attribution, asset valuation, and risk management. He joined the Firm in 1998. Earlier, Mr. Marku served as Deputy Foreign Minister in Albania's Ministry of Foreign Affairs, negotiating economic and technical assistance programs with the European Union Economic Commission and Council of Europe, and leading Albania's efforts to join multilateral political and financial institutions. Mr. Marku received a BA from Tirana University, Albania, an MA in Public Affairs from Princeton's Woodrow Wilson School of International Relations, and an MBA from New York University.
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