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US Companies Favor the Phase One Deal, Split on Section 301

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Contact in Washington, DC: Doug Barry ([email protected]; 202-429-0340)  Contact in Beijing: Lipei Zhang ([email protected]; 86-10-6512-5854)  

WASHINGTON – February 13, 2020 – US companies are generally pleased with the Phase One trade agreement, according to a member survey by the US-China Business Council (USCBC), a Washington-based trade association of companies that do business in China.

The survey results show 78 percent...

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US business group sees China keeping purchase commitments despite coronavirus

Craig Allen, president of the US-China Business Council (USCBC) said that the business slowdown in China could affect the timing of purchases, but both governments were committed to meeting the targets. The group represents US companies doing business in and with China. While China’s commitment to increase purchases of US manufactured goods, farm products, energy and services by $200 billion by the end of 2021 was “aggressive,” he said US industry was ready to meet the challenge.