Blackstone’s James says Schwarzman trying to calm U.S.-China trade flap


Tony James, Blackstone Group, PartnerConnect Midwest, 2018
Blackstone Group Executive Vice Chairman Tony James (R) answers a question at PartnerConnect Midwest on June 27, 2018 in Chicago. Photo by Eamon Murphy for Buyouts Insider.
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Tony James, executive vice chairman of Blackstone Group, said Co-Founder and CEO Stephen Schwarzman is working to ease worsening tensions between the U.S. and Chinese governments over trade. “He’s kind of shuttling back and forth, trying to make people stay ...

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