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USCBC Announces New Chief Representative for Shanghai Office

The US-China Business Council (USCBC) has promoted Melinda Xu to the new role of Shanghai Chief Representative to lead the office’s efforts supporting US companies doing business in China amidst one of the most challenging periods in recent history for the bilateral relationship. USCBC President Craig Allen warmly welcomed Xu to the new role. “Melinda has established herself as a leader in our organization and this promotion is a reflection of her outstanding work and continued support of American...

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."

USCBC in the News

Don’t Rush to Buy Chinese Stocks Right Now. Here’s Why.

More measures could come into inauguration. The addition of international trade lawyer Corey Stewart to a senior post in the Commerce Department could be a way to help the outgoing administration push through hard-line policies on China before January 20, says Anna Ashton, senior director of government affairs for the US-China Business Council.

Americans fret as time runs out on aid

Meanwhile, tariffs and an uncertain business environment have prompted precipitous declines in US exports to China over the past two years, but China remains a top market for US exporters, according to a study released Wednesday by the US-China Business Council.

China Briefing: To Circumvent US-China Business Tension, Focus on the People

A recent US-China Business Council report noted that goods exports to China dropped 11.4 percent nationwide to $104.8 billion. Many of Georgia’s congressional districts saw their China exports retreat to pre-2010 levels, according to the council’s breakdown.