USCBC in the News

12/06/2017

The number one concern among American multinationals doing business in China is increased competition from the Chinese. Ninety-five percent of companies that participated in a recent survey of U.S. multinationals in China said most of their competitors are local, of which 68% are state-owned. According to the annual member survey by the U.S. China Business Council, the biggest restraints on profitability is domestic competition followed by government policies and regulation.

12/06/2017

The U.S.-China Business Council’s survey released Wednesday showed most companies are enjoying better profitability and expecting higher revenues for their China operations as the economy revives. But restricted market access and uncertainty over Beijing’s policies toward foreign companies made them less optimistic about the business climate than in recent years.

12/06/2017
The number one concern among American multinationals doing business in China is increased competition from the Chinese. Ninety-...
12/06/2017
The U.S.-China Business Council’s survey released Wednesday showed most companies are enjoying better profitability and...
12/06/2017
Six months after it went into force, China’s tough new cybersecurity law is still troubling U.S. technology executives who fear...
11/22/2017
“The outstanding question is, after the investigation concludes, if there are adverse findings, how our government handles...
11/13/2017
The U.S.-China Business Council also chimed in on what it called a “welcome step toward allowing American financial firms...
11/10/2017
“One-off deals are fine; sustainable, long-term deals are even better; agreements to eliminate China’s structural market access...
11/09/2017
"I think one of the rationales behind President Trump's focus on the trade deficit is the idea that manufacturing in the United...
11/09/2017
Jacob Parker, Beijing-based vice president of the US-China Business Council, said he was "encouraged to see (Trump's) focus on...
11/08/2017
While the one-off deals announced on the trip are fine, it’d be even better to eliminate China’s structural market access...
11/08/2017
U.S.-China Business Council President John Frisbie weighs in on President Trump's trip to Asia and possible U.S. deals with...
11/08/2017
Jake Parker, vice president of China operations at the U.S.-China Business Council, which represents more than 200 American...
11/07/2017
Trump may announce some big deals by U.S. companies selling to China to help lower the trade deficit, said Jake Parker, vice-...
11/07/2017
“The trade deficit is not a good proxy for fair and open trade,” US-China Business Council chairman Evan Greenberg said in...
11/07/2017
Trump may announce some big deals by U.S. companies selling to China to help lower the trade deficit, said Jake Parker, vice-...
11/06/2017
Trade and North Korea's nuclear weapons development will be the top two issues on the agenda during the summit meeting,...
11/02/2017
Jacob Parker, vice-president of China operations at the US-China Business Council, said the US probe into China’s intellectual...
11/01/2017
Erin Ennis, of the US China Business Council, says about 20% of its members have faced pressure in China to transfer key...
10/27/2017
Foreign investors will be looking for clarity on growth versus deleveraging. Jacob Parker, vice president of the U.S.- China...
10/25/2017
Beijing will increasingly push the likes of Cisco and Microsoft to hand over core source codes, which constitute the building...
10/17/2017
"Until we see the equity cap lifted from 49 percent to 50 percent or higher with foreign banks, or until we see foreign...

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