(Reuters) – United States President Joe Biden’s new administration may hold meetings with Chinese counterparts at a World Economic Forum meeting in Singapore in May, the organisation’s president said on Friday.
Borge Brende was speaking in a virtual dialogue with Singapore’s prime minister, who called for a reset of the relationship between the two superpowers.
“Singapore has had very close ties with the U.S. but also worked very well with China,” Brende said.
“The special annual meeting could be a place where you could see the new Biden administration and China meet.”
The meeting has been moved from its usual home in the Swiss town of Davos, from where it takes its informal name, to Singapore over concerns about COVID-19 in Europe.