Is China a “Market Economy”? It doesn’t matter.
The key to the current discussion is in what comes next. Many have argued over whether China meets the criteria under U.S. law to be treated as a market economy. A closer reading of China’s WTO accession protocol reveals that this question is irrelevant. The language in the protocol does not require the U.S. to name China as a market economy in December; it simply requires ending the use of the NME methodology – an important distinction that suggests a path forward.
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USCBC Administrative Licensing Report 2016
Companies operating in China face a broad array of licensing challenges from transparency to the disclosure of sensitive business information. To identify some of the most prevalent problems in China’s licensing system, USCBC interviewed more than 30 member companies to discuss company experiences undergoing licensing processes, licensing reform progress, and new challenges for business.
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Talk Top Issues with Executives, Experts at our Annual Meeting
Please join us for USCBC's 43rd Annual Membership Meeting, the leading forum for strategic intelligence and insight on US-China commercial relations. From the latest investment and operating developments in China to evolving US and PRC policy priorities, the conference features business-focused analysis of the top issues confronting company executives and policy experts. An early registration discount is available for a limited time, so register today!
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