Gala 2019 - Reflecting on 40 Years of US-China Relations
USCBC's Annual Gala on December 4 at the Ritz-Carlton in Washington, DC was a celebration of its membership's contributions to the bilateral relationship. Attendees heard remarks from USCBC President Craig Allen, Ambassador Cui Tiankai, and Ambassador Robert Zoellick, among others!
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Craig Allen accepts Outstanding Achievement Award
USCBC President Craig Allen speaks at the US-China Policy Foundation
USCBC President Craig Allen received the Outstanding Achievement Award in US-China Relations from the US-China Policy Foundation at the organization's annual gala dinner. In an acceptance speech, Allen spoke of the need for more bilateral trade and investment between the two countries to maintain progress and avert possible disaster.
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Participation at CIIE shows commitment to the China market
At CIIE, USCBC VP for China Operations Matt Margulies spoke to the staying power of the China market for foreign firms. "Despite the near-term frictions, they are committed to being here and selling to the China market. Our companies are in China to serve China, so I think participation in this conference (CIIE) really underscores that point," Margulies said.
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Minister Li Kexin, the Deputy Chief of Mission at the Chinese Embassy in Washington, took a few minutes after our most recent Embassy Speaker Series to summarize his main points:


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