USCBC in the News

06/12/2019

According to figures from the US-China Business Council, China ranked 7th out of all of Wyoming’s trade partners in goods exported in 2017, and was its second largest trade partner in services exported, lagging only $5 million behind Canada and exceeding 4th-place Mexico by $21 million. While Canada represents 17.2 percent of Wyoming’s exports, China represented a larger overall share of Wyoming’s 2018 exports than Mexico, at 3.9 percent vs. 2.6 percent, according to data from the United States Census...

06/10/2019

It’s not entirely clear how to figure out which level of the scale a network operator falls on, since the levels are outlined using terms such as “serious harm” and “damage” without further specification, according to the China Business Review, a journal published by the US-China Business Council. The definitions also hang on the aforementioned “social public order,” a term which remains unexplained throughout the law.

06/10/2019

China is the third largest foreign market for Colorado products, purchasing $604 million in goods last year, led by navigational and measurement instruments, chemical preparations, meat products, scrap products and computer equipment, according to the US-China Business Council. Something that doesn’t get as much attention is that China also accounted for $1 billion in services purchased in Colorado in 2017. Of that, $431 million came in spending by Chinese tourists, followed by $150 million on education...

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...
10/04/2013
The Chinese export market is booming for U.S. companies, and as China’s middle class grows, so will opportunities for American...
09/07/2013
American companies’ enthusiasm for investing in China has been dampened by a combination of policy uncertainty, an economic...

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