As Wuhan and the rest of China grapple with the coronavirus, we have compiled a list of resources and information here that may help you coordinate and respond to the virus.
The agreement is a positive step that stabilizes the bilateral relationship, but some critics have called the agreement overly ambitious and vague. To better understand how the US business community views the Phase One deal and its efficacy, we asked our members a series of related questions shortly after the deal was released.
On February 6, the State Council Customs and Tariff Commission announced that the Chinese government will halve the retaliatory tariffs that it put in place on September 1.
The US-China Business Council, the National Committee on US-China Relations and the George H. W. Bush Foundation for US-China Relations have organized a shipment to China containing much needed medical supplies, including 2 million masks.
China is in the process of implementing an overarching system that evaluates companies on a wide range of metrics to determine their reliability and incentivize desired behavior. USCBC hosted a discussion on China’s evolving corporate SCS and how it will impact companies.
The US-China Business Council produces two podcasts. The China Business Minute is a weekly catchup with our China offices of what's new on the ground. The China Business Review Podcast is the companion to our digital magazine, featuring interviews with topic experts. You can find both shows on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, and Spotify.