USCBC in the News

10/17/2019
Congress has strengthened CFIUS, the Treasury Department's committee for reviewing foreign investments in the US. "We understand that the program is staffing up in ways that suggest increased scrutiny is the new norm for the foreseeable future," says Doug Barry of the US-China Business Council.    
10/16/2019

Iowa and Missouri, the states that Hurst and Bardole are based out of, are two of the states that export the most to China and have been hit hardest by the tit-for-tat tariffs. Missouri’s exports to China are down 19%, while Iowa’s exports are down a whopping 43% over the last year, according to the US-China Business Council.

10/16/2019

According to the non-profit US-China Business Council, which comprises around 200 American companies doing business with China, about 2.3 million Americans have jobs related to trade with China, of which a million rely on exports to China, a million imports from China, and about 300,000 work for Chinese enterprises investing in their country.

05/22/2019
Despite the lifted tariffs from Mexico and Canada, the ongoing US-China trade war continues to put a strain on Hoosier farmers...
05/22/2019
In all, Connecticut’s economy provides an estimated $1.5 billion in exports, with $900 million of that coming in the form of...
05/20/2019
Catch Jake Parker, USCBC's VP of China Operations on CGTN, discussing the impact of trade tensions on US businesses operating...
05/20/2019
In 2018, Erin Ennis, senior vice president at the US-China Business Council, said the US exports to China declined by more than...
05/17/2019
Another unwarranted accusation made by Washington is that trading with China is slashing jobs in the United States. According...
05/17/2019
Doug Barry, a spokesman for the U.S.-China Business Council, said that many jobs are at risk in the escalation of tariffs,...
05/17/2019
“Forty percent of jobs in the state depend on trade. In Snohomish County, where I was born and raised, 60 percent of all jobs...
05/17/2019
A group called the US-China Business Council said Vermont’s largest areas of export were semiconductors and components;...
05/17/2019
The chamber, which advocates on behalf of Indiana businesses, estimates that Indiana exports about $1.1 billion worth of goods...
05/17/2019
Layoffs as a cost-cutting option could adversely affect many states that are home to jobs directly supported by exports to...
05/17/2019
“China doesn’t have to reduce demand for foreign products through tariffs. It can simply direct that purchases be stopped,”...
05/16/2019
“Any cursory reading of social media and public commentary in China at present clearly shows that a nationalistic pressure by...
05/16/2019
According to a recent report from the US-China Business Council, Washington State's goods exports to China in 2018 totaled 12.1...
05/16/2019
In 2018, Indiana’s exports of grain and oilseeds, such as soybeans to China, dropped to $238 million, from $1.1 billion the...
05/16/2019
“Agriculture is a big industry in Missouri. Your state sent more than $280 million worth of meat and crops to China last year...
05/16/2019
“Overnight, we saw official media — in the People’s Daily, China Daily, CCTV — all run spots about the United States as being a...
05/15/2019
Erin Ennis: “Not only is the product that they make covered by an export control, but the employees that they have would be...
05/15/2019
“Pure and simple, this is a tax on the American consumer,” the US-China Business Council said in a statement last week. “More...
05/15/2019
“Nebraska had $1.4 billion in exports to China in 2017 according to the US-China Business Council. That number was cut in half...
05/15/2019
CNBC's "Power Lunch" team looks at the potential of a full trade war with Craig Allen, president of US-China Business Council.

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