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04/18/2019

President of the United States-China Business Council, Craig Allen, once served as commercial attaché at the US Embassy in Beijing in the early 1990s. "I think that the Belt and Road Initiative is developing infrastructure in places that are often times difficult, that are lacking in infrastructure. I think that it is very painfully obvious that those places need better infrastructure. To the extent that infrastructure is being built that is needed and is economically useful, I think that is a good...

04/18/2019

Erin Ennis, senior vice president at the US-China Business Council, suggested a later June meeting – perhaps on the sidelines of the G20 at the end of the month – would be more feasible. “It seems like both sides want to have the deal completed first before they’re willing to discuss when and where a summit would happen,” Ennis told CNBC.

04/15/2019

Beijing needs to show local governments that it means business. It also needs to demonstrate such commitment to foreign business interests and governments, especially Washington. The US-China Business Council has been especially vocal in calling for the break-up of state-owned monopolies, which close off up to 45 percent of the domestic economy to foreign investment and private domestic firms.

08/10/2014
When almost 100 government antitrust investigators simultaneously marched into four of Microsoft’s offices across China late...
08/01/2014
When China whacks Microsoft, it's business as usual. When Beijing recently sent a top economic planner to the U.S. to spread...
07/30/2014
Microsoft Corp. joins a growing list of companies relying on growth in China yet crashing against the reality of a market still...
07/29/2014
Agribusiness in China and new regulations that have rattled U.S. exports of dried distiller’s grains with solubles will be...
07/23/2014
US-China Business Council President John Frisbie discusses the Chinese economy and U.S. business relations on “Bloomberg...
07/09/2014
China was once considered a region with boundless potential for foreign investment. However, as it continues to grow and expand...
07/09/2014
As U.S. and Chinese officials gather in Beijing to discuss contentious strategic and economic issues from cyber security to...
07/09/2014
Soybean trade between the United States and China is rising and an upcoming meeting between the two nations is an opportunity...
07/08/2014
David Dollar: Economic track van stabilize U.S.-China relations. In a session hosted by the U.S.-China Business Council this...
07/08/2014
Treasury Secretary Jack Lew this week stressed the importance of breaking the deadlock in the negotiations to expand the...
07/08/2014
U.S. business associations are demanding that the Obama administration make a high priority of pressing the Chinese government...
07/07/2014
The Chinese government plans to talk with U.S. leaders this week about the impact on global markets of an eventual interest...
07/07/2014
China is the fastest-growing major economy in the world and has seemed to hold boundless promise for foreign companies. In a...
07/03/2014
He didn’t exactly call it a bubble, but whatever you call it, China’s red hot real estate isn’t going to impact global...
07/03/2014
Major upcoming talks between China and the U.S. won’t be sidetracked by rising tensions between the two countries over...
07/03/2014
Washington will push Beijing to crack down on cyber-spying and halt the theft of corporate data when the two powers meet next...
07/03/2014
Treasury Secretary Jack Lew talked about the state of the U.S.-China economic relationship and priorities for the Strategic and...
07/02/2014
Obstacles remain, but the two countries said to be making progress in negotiations for Bilateral Investment Treaty. China's...
07/02/2014
U.S. Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew said Tuesday he would press China in high-level talks next week for more currency...
07/02/2014
US Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew said Tuesday that China should allow the yuan to rise further and the United States will...

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