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12/07/2018

The US–China Business Council’s members support this judgement. In its 2018 member survey, the council reports that 88% of companies are concerned about China’s preferential policies for domestic companies, and American companies are less optimistic about China’s policy direction than in earlier surveys.

12/06/2018

“It’s not unusual for China to use key inflection points in bilateral and multilateral engagement to announce new liberalizations at home,” said Jake Parker, vice president of China operations at the US-China Business Council in Beijing.

 

12/06/2018

Jacob Parker, vice president of China Operations at the US-China Business Council, agreed that now was the time to get to work. While expressing the US business community's satisfaction for the truce, he was quick to note that a long road lies ahead. "This outcome delays further escalation and gets both sides back on track to find a sustainable long-term solution to the challenges in the relationship," Parker said.

 

11/28/2018
"We need some certainty," said Craig Allen, president of the US-China Business Council and a former American diplomat. "The US...
11/28/2018
The Chinese demands pose a dilemma for US companies wanting to do business in China, said Erin Ennis, senior vice president of...
11/26/2018
Craig Allen, President of the US-China Business Council, and Linda Duessel, senior equity markets strategist at Federated...
11/26/2018
“The level of uncertainty is unprecedented,” Craig Allen, president of the US-China Business Council said in an interview with...
11/26/2018
The latest measure merely signals Beijing’s intent to allow a foreign company to consolidate its China businesses, said Jacob...
11/21/2018
Wisconsin's exports to China supported 14,100 American jobs in 2016. The growth of the state's goods exports to China from 2008...
11/20/2018
Jake Parker, Vice President for China Operations at the US-China Business Council, said in Sanya that he was optimistic about a...
11/20/2018
"The level of uncertainty is unprecedented," said Craig Allen, president of the US-China Business Council. "The probability of...
11/20/2018
It appeared Trump and Xi had indicated to senior advisers that they wanted to flesh out a deal, Craig Allen, the president of...
11/19/2018
On the sidelines of the CIIE, Tian Wei sat down with Jacob Parker, the vice president of China operations of the US-China...
11/19/2018
"They are more than a little gun-shy," said Craig Allen, president of the US-China Business Council, pointing to two previous...
11/15/2018
US-China Business Council President Craig Allen told Reuters last week that he thought it was likely China would withdraw from...
11/14/2018
Wisconsin's exports to China supported 14,100 American jobs in 2016. The growth of the state's goods exports to China from 2008...
11/14/2018
According to Erin Ennis, Senior Vice President at the US-China Business Council, this trade uncertainty has indeed hastened the...
11/13/2018
“The US has export controls for national security. That leads to industrial policies by the Chinese to duplicate the same...
11/13/2018
Erin Ennis, Senior Vice President of the US-China Business Council, told industry representatives in New York that American...
11/13/2018
“It’s constructive to have both sides talking,” said Erin Ennis, senior vice president of the US-China Business Council, which...
11/08/2018
United States companies should speak out about the importance of the Chinese market and US-China cooperation as trade tensions...
11/08/2018
“American companies are in a difficult spot,” Craig Allen, president of the US-China Business Council, said this week at the...
11/08/2018
“American companies are very bullish on the Chinese market. We hope to expand our presence here, to do more business here, to...

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