After years of reports of forced labor and wide-scale internment of the Xinjiang Uyghur population, on January 19, the outgoing Secretary of State Mike Pompeo formally labeled the situation a genocide. The decision reflects the continuous pressure exerted by the 116th Congress on the administration to address human rights concerns in Xinjiang, including a Senate resolution expressing that the Chinese government’s actions amount to genocide and urging the administration to address the issue...
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Various efforts are underway to preserve the WTO by reforming it, but none yet have backing from both China and the United States, the two parties whose support is most critical if reforms are to move forward.
President Donald Trump has decided against using much-anticipated new measures to restrict Chinese access to US technology and instead will use existing tools, according to a White Hou
The United States will move forward in early July with a 25 percent tariff on a wide range of Chinese imports worth approximately $50 billion, barring any breakthroughs in negotiations that might delay implementation.
As tensions between the United States and China grow, US companies are exploring strategies to maintain and expand their sales to state-owned enterprises (SOEs) and government-affiliated entities.
China’s President Xi Jinping is slated to make his first formal state visit to the United States the week of September 21, making stops in three American cities: Seattle, Washington, DC, and New York.
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.
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.
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.
As the United States and China restart negotiations on a bilateral investment treaty (BIT), the US-China Business Council (USCBC) has put together a primer explaining a key component of any BIT agreement— the “negative list.” In the context of a bilateral investment treaty, such a list clearly lays out sectors th