USCBC in the News

05/20/2019

Catch Jake Parker, USCBC's VP of China Operations on CGTN, discussing the impact of trade tensions on US businesses operating in China.

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 $10 billion compared with 2017. “There was a notable decline in US exports to China,” she said. Illinois saw the largest decline of any state. “Illinois exported $5.6 billion worth of goods and in 2018, Illinois only exported 3.8 percent, so a really significant decline,” she said. Ennis said the biggest sector hit was Illinois soybean and soybean byproduct industries. This is...

05/17/2019

Another unwarranted accusation made by Washington is that trading with China is slashing jobs in the United States. According to a report released by the US-China Business Council, China-US trade has supported almost 2.6 million jobs in the United States across a range of industries.

06/06/2016
Erin Ennis, senior vice president at the U.S.-China Business Council, was very clear last week that her group believes the...
06/06/2016
Senior Chinese and U.S. officials will gather on Monday in Beijing to kick off the eighth Strategic and Economic Dialogue (S...
06/03/2016
" China is seeking to have a role in the region in ways that don't require them to negotiate a free-trade agreement. In...
06/03/2016
The top group representing U.S. business interests in China is warning the Obama administration that failure to stop treating...
06/02/2016
The US-China Business Council (USCBC) announced the reelection of Ford Motor Company President and Chief Executive Officer Mark...
06/02/2016
USCBC President John Frisbie says heavy taxes and other market barriers make American products expensive in China. But he says...
06/02/2016
Western companies have struggled with China’s increasingly stiff cybersecurity regulations and many U.S. tech firms are now...
06/02/2016
Western companies have struggled with China's increasingly stiff cybersecurity regulations and many U.S. tech firms are now...
06/01/2016
A coalition of more than two dozen U.S., European, Japanese and Canadian industry groups are urging Chinese insurance...
06/01/2016
Executives of American companies manufacturing in China are joining forces against Trump as the presumptive Republican Party...
05/31/2016
More than two dozen American and international business groups have signed a draft letter of protest against proposed Chinese...
05/31/2016
Controversial cyber security regulations for China’s insurance industry, now before the World Trade Organization (WTO), could...
05/31/2016
Controversial cyber security regulations for China's insurance industry, now before the World Trade Organization (WTO), could...
05/17/2016
Congress has embraced free trade for two generations, but the protectionist bent of the 2016 election campaign may mark the end...
05/10/2016
Meanwhile, the U.S.-China Business Council has weighed in with a statement arguing the trade deficit with China isn’t as bad as...
05/04/2016
US President Barack Obama is facing a fresh trade row with Beijing that could inflame the 2016 election race and complicate his...
04/29/2016
A new Chinese law set to regulate over 7,000 foreign non-governmental organizations and their local counterparts is President...
04/28/2016
The law does not give a clear definition of an overseas NGO but is likely to cover foreign charities and business associations...
04/26/2016
Chinese lawmakers are on the verge of approving a contentious law that treats overseas nonprofit groups as potential security...
04/23/2016
China’s trade gap just keeps getting bigger. Last year, the U.S. broke the 2014 deficit record to reach a whopping $364.7...

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