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05/12/2021

“If the goal was to reduce imports from China then it succeeded,” said Craig Allen, president of the US-China Business Council, which represents US companies that do business in China. “But if the goal was to increase manufacturing employment in the United States I don’t see any evidence that that’s happened. If the goal was to increase imports from other countries in Asia or increase manufacturing employment in Vietnam, it’s succeeded.”

05/07/2021 If the Biden administration's goal is not to contain China, why does it continue to impose Trump's absurd punitive tariffs on Chinese goods, despite the Washington-based US-China Business Council saying in January that the tariffs have caused a peak loss of 245,000 American jobs and would cause an additional loss of 145,000 jobs by 2025?  
04/29/2021

US-China Business Council President Craig Allen sat down with Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith on why China's economic boom is a positive opportunity for the United States.

02/09/2021
"The trade war with China hurt the US economy and failed to achieve major policy goals," a recent study commissioned by the US...
02/08/2021
"Rather than benefiting the economy, it has reduced US economic growth and employment, resulting in an estimated peak loss of...
02/08/2021
Back in 2017, the China-US trade relationship supported roughly 2.6 million jobs in the United States across a range of...
02/08/2021
According to a recent business report of the US-China Business Council, the trade war with China has caused a peak loss of 245,...
02/08/2021
US Senator Maria Cantwell, a Democrat from Washington state, which relies on China as a major market for its exports,...
02/08/2021
How exactly has America gained from former President Trump’s much-discussed trade war with the world’s second-largest economy?...
02/08/2021
A US-China Business Council report claims that higher import duties cost 245,000 US jobs – tariffs are ultimately paid through...
02/08/2021
Doug Barry, spokesman for the US-China Business Council, told a news agency it made sense for the Biden team to review the...
02/04/2021
White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki recently said the Biden administration is approaching China issues “from a position of...
02/03/2021
More than 91 percent of US companies surveyed by the US-China Business Council in 2020 said their China operations were...
02/03/2021
"The trade war with China hurt the US economy and failed to achieve major policy goals," a recent study commissioned by the US-...
02/02/2021
Doug Barry, a spokesman for the US-China Business Council, downplayed concerns about any imminent cancellation of the current...
02/02/2021
This sparked concern that the Biden administration could walk away from the Phase One agreement, but Doug Barry, spokesman for...
02/02/2021
According to the Member Survey conducted by the US-China Business Council last year, 91 percent of the US companies surveyed...
02/02/2021
According to the Member Survey conducted by the US-China Business Council last year, 91 percent of US companies surveyed...
02/02/2021
And talk to the 91 percent of US companies that said in a Member Survey conducted by the US-China Business Council last year...
02/01/2021
Doug Barry, spokesman for the US-China Business Council, said it made sense for the Biden team to review the trade deal and...
02/01/2021
The trade war was billed as a plan to bring China to its knees by choking off the all-important American market with 25%...
02/01/2021
Meanwhile, the Congressional Budget Office estimates tariff hikes cost the average US household nearly $1,300 last year....
02/01/2021
The years-long trade war with China cost the United States around 245,000 jobs, according to an estimate by Oxford Economics,...

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