China Market Intelligence

December 19th, 2014
USCBC Staff

The United States and China wrapped up three days of commercial negotiations in Chicago yesterday, making  progress on competition policy, intellectual property rights (IPR), and product approvals in agriculture and medical devices.

December 3rd, 2014
Owen Haacke

In November, Chinese and US negotiators surprised the global business community by announcing an end to a standoff over high-technology tariffs. In agreeing to move forward with the World Trade Organization’s (WTO) Information Technology Agreement (ITA), China paved the way for the slashing of tariffs on items from semiconductors to video game consoles.

November 12th, 2014
Ryan Ong

US President Barack Obama concluded a constructive three-day visit to China earlier today with announcements of new bilateral deals on a range of issues important to US companies doing business in China, including a significant change in visa policy, reduced tariffs for trade in information technology products, and new targets related to climate change.

October 15th, 2014
Zoe Sophos

As US and Chinese government officials prepare for a busy season of bilateral engagement—including the November meetings of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) and a November bilateral meeting between Presidents Obama and Xi, US officials and their Chinese counterparts are hard at work on the

October 1st, 2014
Owen Haacke

Overcapacity, or a glut of production capabilities, is a growing concern for US-China Business Council (USCBC) member companies in their China operations, according to USCBC’s 2014 business environment survey.

July 23rd, 2014
Angela Fan

Chinese President Xi Jinping announced in mid-June that officials in his administration will push forward an “energy revolution,” focused on reducing energy consumption, increasing energy supply, and improving energy efficiency.

July 23rd, 2014
Dan Markus

Producers who violate China’s food safety standards could face stiffer penalties if a draft revision of the country’s Food Safety Law is approved later this summer.

June 25th, 2014
Ryan Ong

US and Chinese officials must address operating challenges, particularly discriminatory intellectual property (IP) criteria, that US companies face in trying to qualify for high- and new-technology enterprise (HNTE) status in China, according to new US-China Business Council (USCBC) advocacy materials presented to officials and experts affiliated with the forthcoming

June 25th, 2014
Stephanie Henry

Amid a slowdown in China’s economy and tension between the United States and China on a variety of issues, US and Chinese negotiators are preparing for the upcoming sixth annual Strategic & Economic Dialogue (S&ED) taking place in Beijing in early July.

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