China Market Intelligence

May 18th, 2011
William Turner

US exports to China performed strongly in the first quarter of 2011, reaching $26 billion--the second-highest quarterly performance for US exports to China ever, behind the fourth quarter of 2010.

May 18th, 2011
Kyle Sullivan

Companies operating in China can expect power shortages this summer as electricity providers reduce supply to offset financial losses caused by government price caps on electricity.

May 18th, 2011
Matt Van Osdol

The PRC National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) recently revised an important industrial policy catalogue that will guide China's industrial development over the next five years. The 2011 Catalogue Guiding Industrial Restructuring--updated from the 2005 version an

May 4th, 2011
Matt Van Osdol

Labor costs across China continue to rise in 2011 as municipal and provincial governments increase minimum wages and companies face pressure to unionize and initiate collective bargaining.

May 4th, 2011
Nancy Huang

The PRC government will provide incentives to encourage technological breakthroughs, increase Chinese companies' competitiveness in the global economy, and bolster China's strategic emerging industries, according to PRC Minister of Science and Technology (S&T) Wan Gang's recent statements on S&T development o

May 4th, 2011
Yuanyuan Milligan

The PRC government recently released a logistics plan that will affect a wide range of services industries, including accommodation, catering, residents', retail, and wholesale services, over the next five years.

May 4th, 2011
Francesca Baruffi

Regulatory transparency in China has improved in recent years because of PRC government initiatives to increase public access to rule-making processes, but significant room for improvement remains, according to a recent US-China Business Council (USCBC) report.

May 4th, 2011
Ryan Ong

The US agenda on the economic side of next week's Strategic and Economic Dialogue (S&ED), will likely prioritize commercial issues such as China's innovation and government procurement policies, intellectual property rights (IPR) enforcement, rulemaking transparency, and bilateral investment issues.

April 20th, 2011
Ryan Ong, Caitlin Clark, and Christine Kahler

The US-China Business Council (USCBC) recently issued several important reports and recommendations to inform US and PRC government officials on critical issues that face US companies in China and to move the bilateral relationship forward.

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