Headlines alleging that a decoupling of the US and Chinese economies is looming, or by some counts, already underway, have appeared in the news cycle for several months now. Once an infrequently used term reserved for economists and electrical engineers, “decoupling” began capturing headlines in the fall of 2018 in an attempt to capture US-China friction in the trade sphere and has held on since.
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Senior Chinese leaders stressed progress in bilateral negotiations and a commitment to accelerate domestic economic reform efforts during an October 16 to 17 visit to Beijing by a delegation of the US-China Business Council (USCBC) Board of Directors. The delegation met with Premier Li Keqiang, China Banking and Insurance Regulatory Commissioner Guo Shuqing, State Administration of Market Regulation Minister Xiao Yaqing, National Development and Reform Commission Vice Commissioner Ning Jizhe...
On July 31, US-China Business Council (USCBC) President Craig Allen testified before the US-China Economic Security Review Commission (USCC) on US companies’ access, risks, and opportunities in China’s health market.
You can now listen to two podcasts produced by the US-China Business Council (USCBC). The first, the China Business Minute, is a quick catchup with our China offices released every Monday. The second, the China Business Review Podcast, is the podcast companion to our digital magazine of the same name, covering a single topic in depth.
The US-China Business Council partnered with the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) Freeman Chair in China Studies on April 10 to host the US-China Innovation Forum, a platform for experts from industry, finance, government, and think tanks to discuss how to best foster, protect, and advance innovati
US-China Business Council (USCBC) sources indicated this week that China’s draft Foreign Investment Law (FIL) continues to be revised as it nears final consideration by the National People’s Congress (NPC), even though a final draft has not been released publicly.
The US-China Business Council (USCBC) is tracking developments at the ongoing National People’s Congress (NPC), China’s highest legislature, which began in Beijing on March 5. On the first day of the NPC, Premier Li Keqiang announced certain tax cuts and spending increases for infrastructure projects.
In meetings over the past week, the US-China Business Council (USCBC) met in Beijing and Shanghai with senior representatives from the National People’s Congress Legislative Working Committee, which is responsible for drafting the Foreign Investment Law, to discuss USCBC’s recommendations.
Draft amendments make some progress in strengthening China’s intellectual property rights (IPR) system, including by increasing penalties, extending patent term for designs, and adding patent term restoration for innovative pharmaceuticals.