USCBC and NCUSCR Meeting with Foreign Minister Wang Yi
USCBC President Craig Allen and Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi
USCBC and NCUSCR were honored to have hosted a meeting with his Excellency Wang Yi, China’s State Councilor and Foreign Minister, on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly in New York City. A valuable discussion on the state of US-China relations, including recommended steps to move forward with strategic and economic talks and reforms, was held with a small group of senior executives from American companies.
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USCBC Statement on New US and Chinese Tariffs
"It is time to bring this dispute to an end. Both the US and Chinese governments should suspend the tariffs they have put in place and do the hard work of negotiating a solution to the legitimate issues raised in the United States' investigation of China's intellectual property and technology transfer policies. As we have stated at each point of escalation in this dispute, the US-China Business Council opposes the use of tariffs to address those issues. The longer the tariffs are in place, the more damage is done to both the US and Chinese economies."
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USCBC 2018 Member Survey
Three major themes dominated the US-China Business Council's 2018 member survey this year. First, US-China trade tensions are affecting American companies. Second, regulatory issues in China continue to be a significant challenge for foreign companies. Third, despite these challenges, China remains an important market for American companies. Read the full report for more details and insights!
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