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12/13/2018

"This is going to make the negotiations more complicated," said Craig Allen, president of the US-China Business Council. "If this were only economic negotiations, it would be relatively easy to reach an agreement. But inevitably, it's going to spill over into other areas, and I think the more national security is tied up in this, the more difficult it will be to reach an agreement."

12/13/2018

Jake Parker, vice president of China operations at the US-China Business Council, which represents multinationals such as PepsiCo, Apple, and General Motors, said he hopes for real change. “Reforms to Made in China 2025 that address subsidies, preferential government procurement, increase transparency and offer national treatment to foreign firms will be welcome by the business community,” he said in an email. “But these changes need to be measurable and implemented in a brief defined timeline.”

12/12/2018

Erin Ennis, SVP of the US-China Business Council moderated the session. When asked about the potential fallout from last week’s detainment of Huawei’s CFO, she stated that clearly, she could only speculate, but she has already seen evidence that some US technology execs are giving a second thought to traveling to China in concern of China retaliation.

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
“American companies are very bullish on the Chinese market. We hope to expand our presence here, to do more business here, to...
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...
11/07/2018
Of the Communist government’s many goals for the import expo — billed as the first of many — “one is to increase China’s...
11/07/2018
“These announcements are very positive [but] that process has been pretty much slower than many anticipated,” Parker said. “...
11/07/2018
Xi said “the right things,” Erin Ennis, vice president at the US-China Business Council, told Morning Trade. “But we need to...
11/07/2018
True, the trade deficit with China has cost the US jobs. But those losses have been in low-wage positions, and have been offset...
11/05/2018
Meanwhile, Jake Parker, vice-president for China operations at the US-China Business Council, said that the presidents’...
11/05/2018
Jake Parker, vice-president of China operations at the US-China Business Council, which will host a conference at the fair,...
11/02/2018
Jacob Parker, vice president of China operations at the US-China Business Council in Beijing, said there were plenty of...
11/01/2018
True, the trade deficit with China has cost the US jobs. But those losses have been in low-wage positions, and have been offset...
10/31/2018
For years, the US China Business Council has pressured Washington to sign a bilateral trade agreement with Beijing. In a best-...
10/31/2018
A spokesman for the US embassy in Beijing said the US had no plans for high-level government participation in the expo. But at...
10/31/2018
Jacob Parker, who heads the Beijing office of the US-China Business Council -- which represents US companies doing business in...
10/30/2018
Erin Ennis, senior vice-president of the US-China Business Council, said: “Issues in the bilateral relationship are difficult...
10/30/2018
US-China Business Council senior vice president Erin Ennis said that it would not be a surprise to see Trump move toward...
10/29/2018
Because of the targets, foreign companies in industries including medical devices and advanced agricultural equipment -- both...
10/29/2018
Top officials at the US-China Business Council said Thursday they have urged China to break down what reforms it is willing to...

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