USCBC Hosts US-Asia Institute Rule of Law Exchange
US-Asia Institute Rule of Law Exchange at USCBC
USCBC was pleased to host Ambassador Carla Hills and the US-Asia Institute Rule of Law Exchange on July 16th for a discussion on the evolution and future of the US-China relationship! USCBC was pleased to make a contribution to the program in honor of Ambassador Hills as our Gala 2018 Distinguished Honoree.
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China Announces Further Market Openings After G20
China’s latest revisions to its investment negative lists made several changes in a variety of sectors to allow more foreign participation, but few in areas that are priorities for foreign companies.
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USCBC Submission on Section 301 List 4
In short: the Administration has identified the right issues that need to be addressed with China, which has led to some progress while negotiations have been underway. The imposition of a final round of tariffs on the equivalent of all remaining imports, however, will halt additional progress and undermine the gains that American companies would make in China, to the benefit of other foreign companies doing business in the market. The tariffs would also harm American consumers and damage American companies’ overall competitiveness due to the higher costs that will be associated with American-made products. To this end, we urge the Administration to not implement tariffs on this final proposed list of products.
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