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12/11/2019

Yahoo Finance’s Seana Smith speaks with US-China Business Council’s Anna Ashton about the latest developments in US-China trade discussions on The Ticker.

12/10/2019

Such hassles may not stem the tide of interest in China. The country is expected to generate about one-third of global GDP over the next 10 years, so it’s understandable why U.S. companies want to be in and doing business with China, writes Doug Barry, director of communications and publications at the US-China Business Council. A modest trade agreement also remains possible, Barry said in an email. Although his group believes “decoupling” the U.S. and Chinese economies would be a disaster, a...

12/10/2019

Yet Doug Barry from the US-China Business Council says it’s more complicated than a simple pivot to new production centers. “China became the world’s factory for a reason. They had the land, they had the resources, but they also had the people— both in numbers and skills. The Chinese have become very good at making complicated things. It’s one of the reasons Apple has most of its iPhones assembled in China. That won’t be easily replicated in other places.”

10/30/2019
In the US, inspections for new chemical plants may require reporting a range of temperatures at which a manufacturing process...
10/30/2019
The event, which united several hundred participants, brought together South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem, Nebraska Governor...
10/29/2019
Reconfiguring the links in the supply chain can be a monumental task. In fact, in this Wall Street Journal article Jacob Parker...
10/29/2019
If these bylaws are implemented it can address two major complaints that USA has against China and has cited in the trade...
10/29/2019
According to the U.S-China Business Council report, 97 percent of US companies surveyed reported profits from doing business...
10/28/2019
Beijing this month has floated draft guidelines for a new foreign-investment law, while the National Development Reform...
10/28/2019
China-US relations under President Trump's administration have been a wild rollercoaster. While trade tensions have been...
10/28/2019
A US-China Business Council report shows that 97 percent of the US companies surveyed reported profits from doing business with...
10/28/2019
The meeting is co-hosted by the China Federation of Industrial Economics, Las Vegas Sands Corp. and the US Chamber of Commerce...
10/25/2019
China’s forthcoming law governing foreign investment addresses core concerns of companies operating in the country, such as by...
10/25/2019
A vast and growing majority of American companies doing business in China have been negatively affected by the US-China trade...
10/25/2019
The 2019 US-China CEO Roundtable, initiated by the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade, the China Chamber...
10/24/2019
During the recent the Qingdao Multinational Summit, Craig Allen, the president of the US-China Business Council, requested that...
10/23/2019
A draft of regulations related to the law takes a positive step toward dealing with issues around unequal access to China’s...
10/22/2019
"Speaking of the difficulty of US companies in making profits in China, 97 percent of US companies said they are profitable in...
10/22/2019
Regarding the so-called difficulties of US companies in making a profit in China, I think you may still remember the 2019 China...
10/22/2019
The US-China Business Council also said it received a copy of the “Draft Implementing Regulations of the Foreign Investment Law...
10/18/2019
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang told American business leaders in Beijing on Thursday that China will create “tremendous...
10/18/2019
“The final goal of both sides’ negotiations is to end the trade war and cancel all additional tariffs,” Gao said. “This would...
10/18/2019
"This is an encouraging first phase,'' said Craig Allen, president of the US-China Business Council. "We await word on how...

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