USCBC in the News

10/21/2020

In this episode, The EIU's senior editor Jason Wincuinas speaks to Zhang Lipei, Director of the Beijing Office at the US-China Business Council, and Nick Marro, Lead Analyst for Global Trade, China and Macau, and supporting analyst for Taiwan at The EIU about the two possible outcomes of the US elections, what they might mean for businesses in Asia and how they might impact US-China relations.

10/21/2020

Chinese Vice Premier Hu Chunhua on Tuesday met with a business delegation from the United States via video link, saying the healthy and stable development of bilateral economic and trade relations conforms to the fundamental interests of the two countries' enterprises and people. The delegation was led by Chairman of the US-China Business Council (USCBC) Tom Linebarger. Hu said that China will further promote high-level opening-up, accelerate the creation of a market-oriented, law-based and...

10/21/2020

Xiao Yaqing, China's minister of industry and information technology, made the comments during a video meeting with a delegation of the US-China Business Council, the ministry said in a statement published on its website. US executives participated in the meeting, along with leaders from the business council, the statement said, adding that Xiao also commented on how there were good market prospects in areas such as 5G technology and new energy vehicles.

10/21/2020
In this episode, The EIU's senior editor Jason Wincuinas speaks to Zhang Lipei, Director of the Beijing Office at the US-China...
10/21/2020
Chinese Vice Premier Hu Chunhua on Tuesday met with a business delegation from the United States via video link, saying the...
10/21/2020
Xiao Yaqing, China's minister of industry and information technology, made the comments during a video meeting with a...
10/21/2020
Xiao made the remarks during a video call with delegates from the US-China Business Council (USCBC)‘s board of directors. Tom...
10/20/2020
This is but another example of the economic ‘decoupling’ – or divorce – between the two superpowers, a quantum shift that will...
10/20/2020
“Business provides a pragmatic elixir that can serve as an antidote to toxic politics,” says Doug Barry, senior director of...
10/19/2020
China welcomes US companies to actively participate in its market and will strive to create a fair and just environment, the...
10/13/2020
Craig Allen, president of the US China Business Council, served as Obama’s ambassador to Brunei, a founding member of the TPP...
10/12/2020
Companies view policymakers' concerns as serious ones, said Anna Ashton, the senior director of government affairs for the US-...
10/09/2020
Governments might choose to ignore all this in favour of protection. But most firms are not about to abandon their cross-...
10/08/2020
China will likely be the biggest business disruptor of the 2020s because of its unique position as the world’s largest market...
09/23/2020
The Washington-based industry group US-China Business Council (USCBC) called for restraint in how the unreliable entity list is...
09/22/2020
Jacob Parker, senior vice president at the US-China Business Council, a group representing more than 200 American companies,...
09/22/2020
“The unreliable entity list regulations leave a fair amount of discretion to be applied broadly. We hope significant restraint...
09/21/2020
“US competitor platforms are not allowed in China, so it’s basically the only game in town,” said Doug Barry, spokesman for the...
09/21/2020
Matthew Margulies, vice president in Beijing at the US-China Business Council trade group, said the Chinese blacklist left...
09/21/2020
“This is not win-lose or binary. It’s more complicated than that,” said Craig Allen, president of the US China Business Council...
09/21/2020
“The unreliable entity list regulations leave a fair amount of discretion to be applied broadly. We hope significant restraint...
09/21/2020
Matthew Margulies, vice-president of China operations at the US-China Business Council, said the US business community had long...
09/21/2020
American businesses are not leaving the Chinese market. Five-year projections from US companies doing business in China are...

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