The US-China Business Council (USCBC) supports a strong, mutually beneficial commercial relationship with China. The relationship has made many positive strides over the past three decades, thanks to the collaborative work of the governments, business communities, and other stakeholders in both countries.

USCBC's board of directors first issued a priorities statement in February 2012. Progress has been made on a number of the statement's recommendations. More work needs to be done on several other issues highlighted in that statement, and new issues have arisen that require the attention of both governments in order to fully develop commercial ties, tackle unresolved issues, and bring greater benefit to each country's economy, companies, employees, farmers, and consumers.


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Members of the US-China Business Council enjoy full access to research on the Chinese trade and investment environment, as well as newsletters and analyses on political decisions that affect US business operations.

Industry Priorities for US-China Commercial Relations


The beginning of a new administration is an opportunity to re-evaluate strategic priorities for the US-China commercial relationship. At this inflection point, the US-China Business Council (USCBC) is pleased to put forward a set of commercial priorities with respect to China for the administration to consider.

To implement an effective China strategy, it will be critical for the administration to take an all-of-government approach, coordinating and sharing information both between executive agencies and with Congress. Robust industry input will be vital to crafting comprehensive, balanced policies that do not have inadvertent consequences. USCBC’s board and members would be pleased to serve as a resource.

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Comments on US and Chinese Policy


USCBC comments and recommendations on various regulatory issues influencing the US-China commercial relationship.

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Testimony and Speeches


USCBC regularly provides remarks on Chinese business issues to US and Chinese government leaders.

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Trade Facts


USCBC provides in-depth expert analysis on the trade relationship between the United States and China.

Here you can read briefers and other materials that delve into the different aspects of the trade relationship between Beijing and Washington, including the importance of the relationship, what you need to know about China's nonmarket economic status, and the US trade deficit with China. 

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