USCBC in the News

01/27/2020

More recently, a survey by the US-China Business Council found that only 20 percent of its member companies were “optimistic about their prospects in China five years from now” – the lowest level since the survey began.

01/21/2020

USCBC Sr. VP Jake Parker took a few minutes to explain some of the details of the Phase One trade deal on the Trade Talks Podcast. (remarks at 34:40)

01/21/2020

US-China Business Council President Craig Allen: “This is an encouraging first step that should benefit many of our members…We urge both governments to use the phase one agreement as a foundation for building a stronger, fairer bilateral relationship that ensures a level playing field for Americans in China’s rapidly growing market.”

04/24/2017
Trade between the world’s two biggest economies supports around 2.6 million American jobs, according to the U.S.-China Business...
04/18/2017
China remains a lucrative market for foreign-branded cars, iPhones, high-value engineering equipment and other costly items....
04/14/2017
Beijing has repeatedly promised to open up financial services more widely to foreign firms, but has given few details on...
04/14/2017
At their first meeting, the two presidents agreed to expand mutually beneficial cooperation, and manage their differences so as...
04/12/2017
Millions of Chinese people have expressed their anger on social media over reports that an Asian-American man was dragged off a...
04/11/2017
Foreign companies with business operations in China would be required to apply for permission to transfer data out of the...
04/11/2017
Jacob Parker, vice-president of China operations at the US-China Business Council, said China had already indicated it would...
04/10/2017
In their meetings, Xi had been expected to offer Trump some symbolic red meat, to satisfy his campaign demands for better trade...
04/10/2017
John Frisbie, U.S.-China Business Council, weighs in on U.S.-China relations ahead of President Trump's meeting with China...
04/07/2017
By the end of 2016, U.S. companies had invested nearly 80 billion U.S. dollars in 67,000 projects in China, accounting for 7.8...
04/07/2017
Jacob Parker, vice-president of the US-China Business Council, told the South China Morning Post last week that Beijing’s...
04/06/2017
Bilateral trade between the US and China surged from US$2.5 billion in 1979 to US$519.6 billion in 2016, an increase of 211...
04/06/2017
The Gulf Coast state of Louisiana, dotted with refineries and chemical plants, became the biggest beneficiary of trade with...
04/05/2017
U.S. exports to China have “a very small share of China’s overall market ... (and) should be even bigger,” the U.S.-China...
04/04/2017
The US-China Business Council, a Washington-based organization which represents US companies doing business in China, said on...
04/03/2017
Xi is also likely to try to convince Trump that the trade relationship between the two countries is not a zero-sum game — that...
04/02/2017
A total of 62 overseas NGOs have registered with public security authorities and set up representative offices on the Chinese...
03/28/2017
Today, a large number of new US jobs are created by exports to China. An Oxford Economics report demonstrates US-China trade...
03/13/2017
Premier Li Keqiang read from a government work report, on the first day of the National People’s Congress, that committed the...
03/10/2017
China is not the sole beneficiary of Sino-US economic ties, which are win-win by nature, MOC spokesperson Sun Jiwen told a...

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