USCBC in the News

02/15/2019

Jake Parker of the US-China Business Council discusses three possible outcomes to the ongoing US-China trade talks, with the most likely one being an extension of talks to reach a final agreement.

Raising tariffs on China is still 'very much a possibility': USCBC from CNBC.

02/15/2019

Within key industries, the iron nexus linking Communist Party officials at the helm of major state-owned enterprises, state banks, regulatory agencies and provincial and municipal governments has kept private-sector companies — Chinese and foreign — at a disadvantage, according to Craig Allen, president of the US-China Business Council. After years of promises, China this year began loosening limits on foreign participation in its financial services industry. Regulators lifted the cap on foreign stakes...

02/14/2019

Craig Allen sat down with Voice of America's Asia division to talk about recent trade negotiations and the US-China bilateral relationship.

12/31/2013
The ripple effects are felt across the world, of course, not just locally. But Chicago and the entire state gain much of their...
12/23/2013
“The challenge that specific companies are having with their situations here in China are ones that we very directly talked...
12/20/2013
With the United States and China in talks on a bilateral investment treaty, some analysts said Mr. Baucus might have a more...
12/17/2013
Foreign companies doing business in China are likely to encounter local cultural conventions that conflict with the legal and...
12/14/2013
Louisiana’s trade with China has exploded. The U.S. China Business Council says the state’s exports to China have grown from $...
12/05/2013
U.S. Vice President Joe Biden said China should expand press freedoms and ease policies that punish U.S. news organizations for...
12/05/2013
Vice President Joe Biden, speaking in Beijing before flying to Seoul on an Asian trip, expressed U.S. concerns about China's...
12/05/2013
During his whirlwind six-day tour of Asia, vice president Joseph Biden stopped in Beijing on Thursday and told business leaders...
12/05/2013
The U.S. is urging China to fulfill its economic reform promises and create an even playing field for all businesses following...
12/04/2013
USCBC CELEBRATES 40 YEARS: The U.S.-China Business Council is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year with a Wednesday gala...
12/04/2013
Washington has long championed science-based safety standards for trade, so that "consumer protection" doesn't become a redoubt...
12/04/2013
Two Ames residents will embark Sunday on a 10-day trip to China to explore the country’s trade relationship with Iowa...
12/02/2013
China's economic slowdown is reaching bottom, but prospects for a rebound next year look dim amid an expected drop in the...
11/22/2013
Laid-off cabinet makers in Smyth County might soon find work again, now that a Chinese furniture manufacturer is opening the...
11/21/2013
As Chinese join Western multinational corporations in their country and Chinese State-owned enterprises, the workforce is...
11/14/2013
China represents about 10% of the global technology market, and accounts for 15% to 20% of global hardware demand, according to...
11/04/2013
China’s new leadership is less than a year old, but starting on Saturday it plans to take bigger steps towards a more open...
11/01/2013
Chinese Vice Premier Wang Yang on Friday pledged to improve the commercial environment and called for closer ties between...
10/31/2013
Board members of the US-China Business Council (USCBC) are in China to press senior government officials and business leaders...
10/27/2013
Companies from IBM to Starbucks are struggling with new obstacles in China as Communist Party officials tussle over the...

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