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Pandemic and Politics Aside, US-China Trade Ties Continue—For Now

Despite an unprecedented downturn in US-China relations during a pandemic, US businesses are not leaving the China market. This was a major finding of an annual survey of members released today by the US-China Business Council (USCBC), a trade group representing more than 200 businesses, many of them global brands with decades of China experience.

US-China Business Council Elects New Board Members Amid Heightened Bilateral Tensions

Today, the US-China Business Council (USCBC) announced the election of new officers and board members, including its incoming chairman, Tom Linebarger, chairman and chief executive officer of Cummins Inc. “I’m honored to serve the USCBC with a strong team of business leaders,” said Linebarger. “We will continue the work of cultivating a relationship with China that is fair, respectful, and mutually beneficial. We have an opportunity to help inform policies that move the global economy forward and drive...

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Foxconn CEO: China no longer 'world's factory' due to Trump trade war

Tensions temporarily deescalated last December when Trump and China reached an interim trade deal, but a survey from the US-China Business Council this week found that only 7% of businesses viewed the gains from the deal as outweighing the costs incurred by two years worth of tariffs.

Pandemic and Politics Aside, U.S.-China Trade Ties Continue, For Now

Despite an unprecedented downturn in U.S.-China relations during a pandemic, U.S. businesses are not leaving the China market. The U.S.-China Business Council released its annual survey of members Tuesday, which shows nearly 70 percent expressing optimism about the commercial prospects of the market, and 87 percent of companies reporting that they have no plans to shift production out of China. But those numbers contradict a trend of progressively diminishing optimism in the short- to medium-term...

Nearly 70% of interviewed US companies are optimistic about the prospects of the Chinese market

The US-China Business Council recently released the 2020 Membership Survey, which shows that nearly 70% of interviewed US companies are optimistic about the business prospects of the Chinese market in the next five years.