Reception for Incoming USCBC Chair and New Directors
The Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, in partnership with The US-China Business Council, cordially invite USCBC members to an evening reception to welcome our incoming incoming Chair Mark Fields, Chief Executive Officer of Ford Motor Company, and new USCBC Officers and Directors.
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Update: Competition Policy & Enforcement in China
Update: Competition Policy & Enforcement in China
Competition issues have been prominently featured in discussions about China’s business landscape for the last several years, given the growing number of high-profile competition cases involving foreign and domestic companies. In 2008, China launched the Antimonopoly Law (AML), the country’s first comprehensive competition law, and has taken notable steps to build the knowledge base, government infrastructure, and regulatory capacity needed to enforce it. This report provides an update on US company views and perspectives on China’s competition regime based on developments that have occurred in the eight months since USCBC’s initial report.
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Update: China's Innovation & Government Procurement Policies
Chinese local government agencies are backsliding on high-level bilateral commitments on indigenous innovation made by senior leaders in 2011. A new USCBC report released today shows that a growing number of provincial and local governments have released new indigenous innovation policies that favor domestic products in government procurement processes. Since 2011, local governments have released at least 31 such policies, including regulations, opinions, and workplans related to innovation, science & technology, and intellectual property.
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