China Market Intelligence

July 25th, 2018
By Owen Haacke

US companies with an “in China, for China” strategy regularly work to improve responsiveness to consumer demands in an effort to remain competitive. The pace of change is faster in China than other global markets, and constant adaptation of strategy and products can be necessary.

China market competitiveness is the top priority for many companies, and quickly developing products tailored to the China market can help firms achieve that goal. However, companies...

May 27th, 2015
Owen Haacke

President Xi Jinping called for an “energy revolution” in June 2014 aimed at improving energy efficiency through the establishment of a “market-oriented energy pricing mechanism.” One year later, the central government has made notable improvements toward liberalizing energy and electricity prices—which many USCBC member companies see as an important factor in allowing the market to play a greater role in China’s economy and creating a more competitive business environment.

A number...

May 11th, 2015
Ryan Ong

Despite progress on competition concerns at the December 2014 Joint Commission on Commerce and Trade (JCCT) meeting, competition enforcement under the Antimonopoly Law (AML) remains a high-profile concern for many US companies in China. Data from the US-China Business Council’s (USCBC) 2014 member company survey indicated that 86 percent of firms surveyed were concerned on some level about competition enforcement activities in China. A new report released today  by USCBC highlights evolving...