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US and Chinese Company CEOs Offer a Mixed View of Commercial Relations

(New York, NY/Washington, DC) April 5, 2019 - Chinese and US company executives are cautiously optimistic on future prospects for their businesses, but have mixed views on whether commercial relations will return to where they were prior to current tensions. These sentiments come as negotiators from both countries continue work to reach an agreement addressing an array of trade issues that have strained bilateral relations and roiled world markets.   The executives also worried that the agreement...

Former US diplomats on B&R initiative

President of the United States-China Business Council, Craig Allen, once served as commercial attaché at the US Embassy in Beijing in the early 1990s. "I think that the Belt and Road Initiative is developing infrastructure in places that are often times difficult, that are lacking in infrastructure. I think that it is very painfully obvious that those places need better infrastructure. To the extent that infrastructure is being built that is needed and is economically useful, I think that is a good...