President Donald Trump’s November 8-10 state visit to China will include bilateral discussions with President Xi Jinping focused on trade imbalances and North Korea’s nuclear weapons program, but won’t seek negotiated outcomes on specific market access issues plaguing American companies.
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China’s changing political and regulatory framework means foreign companies are constantly thinking about how to interact with the government—and how to best equip their government affairs (GA) teams.
Countries involved in the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) Agreement began their 20th round of negotiations last week, but some remaining Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) members appear to be stalling RCEP negotiations, and may even drop out of the China-led trade agreement that could expand China’s ro
The US-China Business Council (USCBC) recently submitted comments to the China Food and Drug Administration (CFDA) on the
As the One Belt One Road (OBOR) plan brings the possibility of improved infrastructure and new business connections with China’s neighboring countries, US companies are evaluating if they need to adjust regional strategies to remain competitive.
Described as a “new starting point” for reform, China’s Communist Party Congress and political high season drew to a close today in Beijing with the country’s top political leadership for the next five years unveiled.
China’s new political leadership will be unveiled on October 25 and mark a “new starting point” for economic reforms, according to a Chinese Communist Party (CCP) spokesperson at a press conference on Tuesday previewing the 19th Party Congress set to open tomorrow in Beijing.
Intellectual property (IP) theft and forced technology transfer are serious issues that need to be addressed in China, said Senior Vice President Erin Ennis in testimony about
China’s economy is stable overall despite a slowdown in growth, but economic policy reform progress has stalled, Arthur Kroeber recently told US-China Business Council (USCBC) members.
On September 4, Chinese authorities banned initial coin offerings (ICOs) as an illegal form of public financing.