USCBC in the News

05/12/2021

“If the goal was to reduce imports from China then it succeeded,” said Craig Allen, president of the US-China Business Council, which represents US companies that do business in China. “But if the goal was to increase manufacturing employment in the United States I don’t see any evidence that that’s happened. If the goal was to increase imports from other countries in Asia or increase manufacturing employment in Vietnam, it’s succeeded.”

05/07/2021 If the Biden administration's goal is not to contain China, why does it continue to impose Trump's absurd punitive tariffs on Chinese goods, despite the Washington-based US-China Business Council saying in January that the tariffs have caused a peak loss of 245,000 American jobs and would cause an additional loss of 145,000 jobs by 2025?  
04/29/2021

US-China Business Council President Craig Allen sat down with Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith on why China's economic boom is a positive opportunity for the United States.

01/15/2021
United States President Donald Trump’s trade war with China has caused a peak loss of 245,000 US jobs, but a gradual scaling...
01/15/2021
But Jake Parker, senior vice-president of the US-China Business Council, said while the deal had made important progress on...
01/15/2021
This trade war between the world's two biggest economies has caused a peak loss of 245,000 US jobs, according to a study by...
01/15/2021
由美中贸易全国委员会(the US-China Business council, 简称USCBC)委托牛津经济研究院(Oxford Economics)所做的这个研究报告还对美中两个世界最大经济体若走向全面脱钩可能导致的状况做了预期。...
01/15/2021
"What we've seen over the past few years is that raising tariffs does little more than raise costs for American families and...
01/12/2021
"Bloomberg: Balance of Power" focuses on the intersection of politics and global business. Guests: Former Homeland Security...
01/12/2021
"Our members oppose the tariffs because of the high costs imposed on US consumers, households, and businesses," said Doug...
01/11/2021
Matthew Margulies, a Beijing-based vice president at the Washington-based US-China Business Council, said the new rules could...
01/07/2021
The U.S. China Business Council in a statement Wednesday expressed support for the order’s aims. It added, however, that “it is...
01/07/2021
“If the NYSE is struggling to figure out the implications of this order and what to do to be in compliance, of course, the...
01/07/2021
Business groups such as the US-China Business Council argue that exports to China generate one million American jobs. Last...
01/06/2021
Joe Biden’s election could reset US policy towards China. One of the central questions facing the new administration and...
01/05/2021
Anna Ashton, vice president of government affairs at the US-China Business Council, discusses the delisting of Chinese telecom...
12/29/2020
Anna Ashton, senior director of government affairs at the US-China Business Council, said there is a growing recognition by...
12/28/2020
The legislation could impact everything imported into the US that is made in Xinjiang or in facilities with so-called pairing...
12/21/2020
“The main concern is about not allowing US money to finance military developments that will be bad for the United States,” said...
12/15/2020
The deal did make some improvements. For example, it opened up US financial companies’ access to China, though this was...
12/15/2020
Addressing the Board of the US-China Business Council last week, China’s foreign minister Wang Yi suggested that the “most...
12/14/2020
Jacob Parker, senior vice president of the US-China Business Council, stressed the Biden administration should ensure Beijing...
12/14/2020
On December 7, PRC Foreign Minister Wang Yi held a videoconference with a delegation of the US-China Business Council, saying...

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