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06/24/2019

The US exported roughly $250 billion worth of goods to China in 2018, according to Erin Ennis, senior vice president of the US -China Business Council. The trade association represents more than 200 American companies that do business with China. “All of the data that we have seen from both US and Chinese economists, is that throughout 2018, the tariffs actually had zero impact on China’s economy,” Ennis said recently at the Agriculture Transportation Coalition’s annual meeting. “China has yet to feel...

06/24/2019

In an interview with CGTN, Craig Allen, president of the US-China Business Council, said he regrets the decline in Chinese investment in the US. He also said that a good solution to end the trade war is important for the China-US relationship.

06/24/2019

Agriculture, electronics, industrial processes represent the largest percentage of US exports and are at most risk from Trump's China's tariffs," said Erin Ennis, senior vice president of the US-China Business Council that represents 200 US companies doing business in China. "For about the last 15 years, China has been the fastest-growing export market for American companies," said Ennis. Ennis said Illinois, which exports agricultural products and chemicals to China, was especially hard hit in 2018....

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.
05/15/2019
And the US-China Business Council also pulled no punches in describing the current situation, saying it is disappointed that...
05/15/2019
“We understand that the differences between the two governments still relate to how changes will be made to China’s laws and...
05/15/2019
The dispute is affecting how US companies do business in China, says Jake Parker of the US-China Business Council in Beijing....
05/15/2019
“Things are moving in the wrong direction,” the US-China Business Council said in a statement on Tuesday. “More tariffs will...
05/14/2019
“Our hope is that whatever happens on the first day of negotiations, the Thursday, that sufficient progress is made to not have...
05/14/2019
“We know that the tariffs will hurt both economies,” said Doug Barry, spokesman for the US-China Business Council, who...
05/14/2019
Douglas K. Barry, a spokesman for the US-China Business Council, said the organization is advising members and other companies...
05/14/2019
So far, China has slapped tariffs on $100 billion in US goods. As a result, US exports to China fell 7% in 2018, according to...
05/14/2019
Jake Parker, vice-president at the US-China Business Council in Beijing, which lobbies on behalf of US companies in China, said...
05/14/2019
China could make life difficult for US companies in the country in the form of regulatory requirements or customs blockages....
05/14/2019
NPR's Rachel Martin talks to Jake Parker of the US-China Business Council in Beijing about China's retaliatory tariffs after...
05/13/2019
Craig Allen, president of the US-China Business Council, which represents companies such as Amazon, Goldman Sachs and Procter...
05/13/2019
Still, Jacob Parker, vice president of China Operations at the US-China Business Council, warned that if the Trump...
05/13/2019
Officials appeared to be studying the potential impact on China's economy before picking their next steps, said Jake Parker,...
05/13/2019
US-China Business Council President Craig Allen on the Trump administration trade negotiations with China.

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