USCBC’s 2018 member survey report, released on Tuesday, indicates that despite positive commercial gains in the last year, American companies have strong concerns about the increasingly rocky US-China relationship and im
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Following two years of decline, the United States exported more goods in 2017 to China than ever before– in excess of $127 billion. China also continues to be a major growth market for US services exports, and is virtually tied with Canada as the second-largest services market for the United States.
The recent release of December 2017 US trade data confirms that the year was a strong one for trade—with exports and imports both higher than in previous years—but the latter rose much faster, leading to significant growth in the United States’ global trade deficit.
The US-China Business Council’s annual Forecast on January 30, 2018, brought experts and policymakers to discuss the year ahead. The half-day program featured comprehensive projections for the Chinese business and political environment in the year Forecast, as well as developments in US trade policy.
Congressional districts across the country are seeing exports to China outpace exports to the rest of the world, according to the US-China Business Council's (USCBC) US Congressional District Exports to Chin
The US-China Business Council (USCBC) last week released its annual report on state exports, showing that China continues to be an important destination for American goods and a significant contributor to US economic growth.
The US-China Business Council’s (USCBC) latest report on US exports to China in 2014 shows that China continues to be an important destination for US goods and significant contributor to US economic growth.
US exports to China grew nearly 10 percent slower in 2014 than in 2013, marking a record high for the US goods deficit with China—$342.6 billion from a total trade in goods of $590.7 billion.
American companies doing business in China are experiencing continued pressure on profit margins, driven by increasing local competition and rising costs, according to the US-China Business Council’s (USCBC) 2014 member survey. The survey, which will be released next week, shows that uncertainty about China’s policy direction is also coloring perceptions about the business environment.