USCBC Submission on Sec 301 Investigation
Protecting intellectual property and market-based decisions on technology transfer are top priorities of USCBC's membership. We appreciate the Office of the US Trade Representative's focus on these important issues to reach the ultimate goal of eliminating policies that harm US companies. The requirement to transfer technology as a condition to gain market access in China is an acute concern of American companies in key sectors, who often must make difficult choices about managing the tradeoff of technology sharing and access to the world's second largest economy. The protection of intellectual property rights, a broad term that encompasses patents, trade secrets, trademarks, and copyrights, is also critically important. Addressing these issues with effective measures will positively contribute to building a stronger and more durable commercial relationship between the United States and China.
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USCBC 2017 Congressional District Export Report
The US-China Business Council’s 2017 reports on state and congressional district exports are out and their findings are clear - though China’s economic growth rate is slowing, it remains an important market for US exports and continues to provide growing opportunities for American businesses, large and small. At the same time, US exports to China under perform what they could be, given the barriers that frustrate full market access to the world’s second largest economy.
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USCBC Hosts Roundtable with Zhejiang Party Secretary Che Jun
Zhejiang Province Party Secretary Che Jun and a large delegation of Zhejiang officials and business representatives met with US-China Business Council (USCBC) members in Washington, DC, on August 25 to discuss trade and investment opportunities. The delegation included senior representatives of the Zhejiang Provincial Working Group, the Zhejiang Commerce Commission, and CEOs of numerous Zhejiang-based companies.
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