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USCBC Welcomes Noah Fraser as Head of Operations in China

WASHINGTON—January 26, 2024—US-China Business Council (USCBC) President Craig Allen today announced that Noah Fraser has been selected to lead USCBC’s work in Beijing and Shanghai. He will join the organization in mid-February as senior vice president of China operations based in Beijing. He currently serves as head of the Canada China Business Council’s China operations in Beijing and will succeed Matt Margulies, who announced late last year that he and his family were returning to the United States...

USCBC and American Business Leaders Meet with China’s Minister of Agriculture and Rural Affairs Tang Renjian

WASHINGTON—January 19, 2024—The US-China Business Council (USCBC), a private, nonpartisan, nonprofit organization representing more than 275 American companies that do business in China, hosted a meeting between a Chinese delegation led by China’s Minister of Agriculture and Rural Affairs Tang Renjian and members of the American agricultural and business community in Washington yesterday. Chinese Ambassador to the United States Xie Feng and representatives of US agricultural trade associations were also...

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Big Pharma Bets Big on China

U.S. exports of pharmaceuticals and medicines to China, meanwhile, rose 38% last year, according to the U.S.-China Business Council. But drugmakers’ entry to the vast Chinese market also comes at a cost, as authorities drive a hard bargain in a bid to make drugs affordable, and local competition is fierce.

Opinion: Access to Chinese market spurs growth in the U.S.

According to the U.S.-China Business Council's recently released U.S. Exports to China report (2023), China was the United States' third-largest goods export market in 2022 and its sixth-largest services export market in 2021. By patronizing goods and services from the United States, in 2021, China supported 1.06 million jobs in the world's largest economy, becoming one of the three countries to achieve this feat – Canada and Mexico are the other two countries.

The Contentious U.S.-China Relationship, by the Numbers

China is also a major export market, with half of all soybeans that the United States sends abroad going to China. The U.S.-China Business Council estimated that U.S. exports to China supported nearly 1.1 million jobs in the United States in 2021.