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USCBC Releases Recommendations to Improve China’s Cybersecurity Policies

Contact in Beijing: Jake Parker ([email protected]; 86-10-6512-5854)

Contact in Washington, DC: Katherine Thompson ([email protected]; 202-429-0340)

Washington, D.C. (February 5, 2018) - The US-China Business Council (USCBC) today released its Updated Recommendations to Improve China’s Information Technology Environment, which offer concrete suggestions for revisions to the IT regulatory framework in China. This report is available in both Chinese and English.


US-China trade faceoff: Prioritize the internet and digital trade

In addition to my own analyses, a notable group of scholars, think tanks, and business associations (Asia Society, CSIS, ITIF, ECIPE in Brussels, and the US-China Business Council) have reached a broad consensus over the past year that the US must confront growing Chinese ICT protectionism or face both commercial crowding out of international markets and the prospect of internet fragmentation under Beijing’s “Cyber Sovereignty” rules.