USCBC in the News

11/13/2017

The U.S.-China Business Council also chimed in on what it called a “welcome step toward allowing American financial firms greater participation in China’s economy.” “American financial companies can bring much-needed products and services to Chinese customers, which will positively contribute to China’s financial sector development and overall economic well-being,” USCBC President John Frisbie said. Evan Greenberg, chairman of the group, added that USCBC members hope “that these liberalizations are a...

11/10/2017

“One-off deals are fine; sustainable, long-term deals are even better; agreements to eliminate China’s structural market access barriers are better yet,” Jake Parker, vice-president at the US-China Business Council, said. “What the business community wants most is results-driven, solutions-focused engagement that will provide better access to – and a more level playing field with – the world’s second largest economy.”

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...
10/17/2017
The United States, as China's second largest trading partner, has benefited immensely from these initiatives. According to a...
10/13/2017
According to reports in the South China Morning Post, the senior vice-president of the US-China Business Council, Eric Ennis,...
10/12/2017
The current hearing is a new development in relation to the US government's announcement in August of a Section 301...
10/12/2017
Senior Vice President of the US-China Business Council, Erin Ennis, pushed back on some of the most aggressive claims of abuse...

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