USCBC in the News

08/22/2019

According to the State Council Information Office's white paper on China's stance on Sino-US trade consultation on June 2, US companies' total sales in China in 2017 was about $700 billion, with their profits exceeding $50 billion. And the US-China Business Council's 2019 State Export Report said that from 2009 to 2018, US exports to China helped create more than 1.1 million jobs.

08/20/2019

Recently surveys conducted by the AmCham China and the US-China Business Council both found that nearly three-quarters of responding firms operating in China were negatively impacted by the current trade and diplomatic tensions. Almost 40 percent of respondents are considering or have relocated manufacturing outside of China, based on AmCham China results. Moreover, the vast majority of companies remain concerned by Chinese policies that favor and protect domestic firms.

08/15/2019

"It is the first recognition by the Trump Administration that the president's tariffs are hurting consumers," Doug Barry, spokesman for the US-China Business Council, which encompasses companies, told Efe on Wednesday. For the business association, this delay "seems to be motivated by the desire to avoid affecting consumers during the Christmas shopping season," a theory that Trump himself has defended in statements to journalists.

09/16/2014
China's structural reforms are improving the quality of the country's economic growth and helping reduce the risk of a hard...
09/16/2014
China's enforcement of its 2008 Anti-Monopoly Law (AML) may be in violation of World Trade Organization rules, the U.S. Chamber...
09/16/2014
China's tough competition policy is souring the mood for foreign investment, a European business lobby said on Tuesday, in the...
09/16/2014
Major US companies including Starbucks, Apple and McDonald’s, have come under intense scrutiny from China’s consumer watchdog....
09/16/2014
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce accused China Monday of using its 2008 anti-monopoly law to unfairly promote its own national...
09/16/2014
Last Wednesday, the US-China Business Council said companies being investigated were pressured to "admit guilt", appear without...
09/08/2014
For months, foreign companies in China have been quietly enduring increased scrutiny from Chinese government antitrust...
09/08/2014
Most U.S. companies surveyed by an industry group expressed concern over China’s increased antitrust scrutiny, adding to signs...
09/08/2014
American companies are increasingly troubled about China’s vigorous enforcement of its six-year-old anti-monopoly law, which...
09/08/2014
In the rising chorus of trade groups decrying China’s stepped-up enforcement of its antitrust laws, a U.S. business...
09/08/2014
Companies facing antitrust probes in China are subject to a host of pressure tactics from regulators, a business lobby said on...
09/08/2014
Companies facing antitrust probes in China are subject to a host of pressure tactics from regulators, a business lobby said on...
09/08/2014
China's anti-monopoly investigation has drawn increasing concern from foreign companies despite the Chinese government pledge...
09/08/2014
A new paper by the U.S.-China Business Council accuses China of violating due process in its zeal to shore up local businesses...
09/08/2014
American businesses are feeling under the gun in China, with two new surveys detailing growing concerns that Beijing is...
09/08/2014
Erin Ennis, Vice President, U.S.-China Business Council, explains why the data indicating U.S.-China trade deficit at an all-...
09/08/2014
Last Wednesday, the US-China Business Council said companies being investigated were pressured to "admit guilt", appear without...
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...

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