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China’s Premier Li Keqiang Meets with American Business Leaders

American business leaders met virtually with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang today to discuss China’s investment environment, industry’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, bilateral commercial relations, and people-to-people exchanges. Premier Li shared perspectives on China’s recent parliamentary meetings, economic reform trajectory, and views on US-China relations.

The US-China Business Council Condemns Violence Against Asian Americans

After alarming reports of violence in Atlanta apparently targeting the Asian American community, the US-China Business Council (USCBC) calls on local governments and community organizations throughout the country to protect Asian Americans against violence and discrimination. “Violence against Asian Americans is violence against our most cherished principles and values as Americans,” said USCBC President Craig Allen. “Addressing the root cause of this troubling action is critically important, which is...

USCBC in the News

Does the United States Need China for Climate Change?

The Biden administration has rightly made fighting climate change a top priority. But that has raised a strategic question: Does the United States need China’s cooperation to succeed? And, if it does, then will that cooperation come at the expense of leverage that the U.S. government needs to maintain in order to press China on other critical matters, especially its rampant and unfair “innovation mercantilism?” USCBC President Craig Allen offers his thoughts.   

Full Frame: China-US Relations

“I think that within the business community, there is a hope for greater predictability in the relationship going forward. Over the last four years with tariffs in place. It’s been difficult to make decisions, difficult to invest, difficult to travel back and forth,” said Craig Allen, president of the US-China Business Council. The nonprofit represents about 200 American companies that do business with China.

Riding the dragon

"I would characterise the group that is dealing with US-China issues as very principled, pragmatic and practised," Craig Allen, president of the US-China Business Council, told a recent online panel, "China Conference: Southeast Asia," held by the South China Morning Post.