China Market Intelligence

October 25th, 2017
By Owen Haacke

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.  

October 25th, 2017
By USCBC Staff

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.

October 17th, 2017

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.

October 11th, 2017
By Meg Kelly

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

October 11th, 2017
by Meg Kelly

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.

October 11th, 2017
By Anna Ashton

On September 4, Chinese authorities banned initial coin offerings (ICOs) as an illegal form of public financing.

September 27th, 2017
By David Solomon

Recently announced provincial reimbursement drug lists (PRDLs) provide possible new opportunities for US pharmaceutical companies seeking to expand market reach for their drugs in China.

September 27th, 2017
By Patrick Lozada

The third draft of China’s Standardization Law could create a barrier for foreign companies trying to market or manufacture products in China. The draft supports “indigenous innov

September 27th, 2017
By Maryan Escarfullett

Copyright-related intellectual property (IP) disputes in China have increased as a result of the growth of online streaming services and domestic media studios.

September 27th, 2017
By USCBC staff

A new executive order to sanction foreign banks that do business with North Korea could affect transactions that American companies have with those

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