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CEOs Underscore the Importance of the US-China Bilateral Relationship

BEIJING, October 18, 2019 -- The US-China Business Council (USCBC) and the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT), along with the China Chamber of International Commerce (CCOIC) today co-hosted a CEO Dialogue between senior Chinese and American leaders in Beijing on October 17th. Bank of China Chairman Liu Lian’ge and USCBC Board Chair Evan Greenberg co-chaired the dialogue.   “As the two largest economies and the most important bilateral relationship in the world, the United...

US business leader urges stronger US-China business ties

Business, which has been the "ballast" of the US-China relationship for years, is more important than ever before, President of the US-China Business Council Craig Allen said Thursday. Allen, who received the Outstanding Achievement Award in US-China Relations from the US-China Policy Foundation at the annual gala dinner Thursday night, said the role of business is more important than ever before in ensuring that the world's two largest trading nations "find a way to manage differences and maintain...