The US-China Business Council conducted its annual Member Survey in summer 2023 and released the results in late September. The data in this report reflect responses from leading American companies’ senior executives based in the United States and China.
The US-China Business Council commends Secretary Raimondo on a productive trip—building on other recent visits by Biden administration officials—and agrees that we can and should have robust trade with China while protecting national security.
As the first of the three gala dinners to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of USCBC’s founding, the Beijing Gala will be held on the evening of Tuesday, August 22, in person at the China World Hotel in Beijing.
While in China last month, Blinken met with a small group of US business leaders at the US Embassy in China to discuss the pivotal role that American companies play in supporting US-China relations. USCBC Senior Vice President Matthew Margulies attended the meeting and underscored the importance of strong, healthy, and balanced US-China commercial relations.
Members of the US-China Business Council (USCBC), a private, nonpartisan, nonprofit organization of 275 American companies that do business in China, today met with China’s Vice President Han Zheng in New York as world leaders gathered for the 78th Session of the UN General Assembly (UNGA).
The Chinese government has acknowledged the need to reverse the trend of foreign investors investing less in China.
A recent list of high-level State Council opinions directs policymakers to create and enact new pro-investment measures.
President Joe Biden is heading to New Delhi this week for the annual G20 Leaders’ Summit taking place over Saturday and Sunday. It was anticipated that the summit could provide a venue for a meeting between Biden and President Xi Jinping, but Xi is no longer expected to attend.
US Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo held a series of meetings in China over August 28 to 30. The trip follows a series of Cabinet-level visits to China this summer, including by Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen in July. Raimondo is the first US commerce secretary to visit China in five years....
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