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CEOs Underscore the Importance of the US-China Bilateral Relationship

“The United States and China have benefited enormously from trade and investment, and it’s important the we continue to make improvements that drive job creation and growth in both countries,” said Tom Linebarger, USCBC Board Chair and Chairman and CEO of Cummins Inc. “Unfortunately, political tensions and existing substantive issues such as market access barriers, IP protections, and the need for SOE reform have hindered further success and caused challenges for businesses."

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.

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China Is Far Behind on US Purchases Under Trade Deal

“It’s a two-year agreement, and we need to see what happens in the first half of 2021,” said Craig Allen, president of the US-China Business Council. “If the Chinese are going to meet their agreement, it would be a huge surge in 2021, in the second half of 2021.” Mr. Allen said that while China has so far fallen behind on the purchase agreement, structural market-opening measures included in the phase-one agreement have worked well, bringing progress in longstanding issues faced by American companies in...

CCPIT Vice Chairman Zhang Shaogang Attends the 4th US-China CEO Roundtable

The 4th US-China CEO Roundtable, co-hosted by CCPIT, China Chamber of International Commerce (CCOIC), and US-China Business Council (USCBC), was held online on October 20th. CCPIT Vice Chairman Zhang Shaogang and USCBC President Craig Allen attended and addressed the roundtable. Wang Jiang, President of the Bank of China (BOC), and Tom Linebarger, Chairman of Cummins Inc., co-chaired the event. Zhang Shaogang pointed out that the economic and trade cooperation between China and the United States is a...

Ning Jizhe Holds Online Meeting with Board of Directors Delegation of US-China Business Council

On the evening of October 19th, 2020, Ning Jizhe, Vice Chairman of the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) held a video symposium with Board of Directors Delegation of US-China Business Council(USCBC),exchanging views on issues of mutual concern, including China-US economic and trade cooperation, China’s new development pattern of dual circulation and economy etc. Tom Linebarger, Chairman of Board of USCBC and representatives from General Motors, FedEx, Boeing, Air Products and Chemicals...