Sixty-five percent of US-China Business Council (USCBC) member companies experience challenges with licensing and approvals to operate in the China market, according to USCBC’s 2017 Member Survey
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China’s economy is slowing after years of rapid growth, but demand is expected to continue, according to economists who recently spoke to the US-C
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China’s Premier Li Keqiang stated in his annual government work report that the country’s GDP growth target for 2017 would be “around 6.5 percent,
The Trump administration is expected to take a less patient and conciliatory approach to US-China trade relat
China’s top leaders are expected to prioritize supply-side structural reform, stabilizing economic growth, and improving people’s livelihood a
Private Chinese companies criticized market access, government procurement discrimination, and uneven subsidy disbursement during a meeting ca
China’s leading legislative body will convene March 3, with economic themes expected to be prominent on the agenda.
Woeful performance data from China’s state-owned enterprises (SOEs) may be increasing calls for reform, but a recent policy package does not appear to address fundamental issues around governance and market orientation, despite the accompanying rhetoric.
American companies are seeing small benefits from China’s national administrative licensing reform agenda, but a number of obstacles continue to challenge companies in licensing and government approvals.