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02/23/2021 A study commissioned by the US-China Business Council released in January showed that Trump's trade war with China caused a peak loss of 245,000 US jobs. In addition, China's exports to the US helped lowered US commodity prices, improving people's livelihoods amid the epidemic.   
02/22/2021

Pacheco said there’s growing sentiment among US manufacturers to “re-shore” production from Asia closer to home, as the COVID-19 pandemic bared how vulnerable remote operations become during an emergency. A lot of the state’s exports to China are materials such as semiconductors and medical supplies, according to the US-China Business Council.

02/22/2021

US-China Business Council research shows that tariffs and economic conflicts between the United States and China have caused the United States to lose up to 250,000 jobs, but it may not necessarily promote the United States' national security interests. 

12/03/2020
US-China Business Council President Craig Allen called Beijing’s expressions of interest in the trade pact “a very interesting...
12/02/2020
The US House of Representatives is expected to vote midweek on the proposal as a stand-alone bill, the Holding Foreign...
12/01/2020
The US-China Business Council (USCBC) on Monday expressed hope that Joe Biden's election victory would usher in positive...
12/01/2020
Anna Ashton, Senior Director of Government Affairs at the US-China Business Council: There is a remarkable amount of agreement...
11/23/2020
More measures could come into inauguration. The addition of international trade lawyer Corey Stewart to a senior post in the...
11/20/2020
Meanwhile, tariffs and an uncertain business environment have prompted precipitous declines in US exports to China over the...
11/20/2020
A recent US-China Business Council report noted that goods exports to China dropped 11.4 percent nationwide to $104.8 billion....
11/20/2020
Feeling the pulse of business environment between China and the US after US presidential election. My recent conversation with...
11/19/2020
"It seems ironic that China is now in a similar deal and we're out again," Doug Barry, a spokesperson for the US-China Business...
11/19/2020
WACC will host Ambassador Craig Allen, the President of the US-China Business Council and former US Ambassador to Brunei who...
11/19/2020
Tariffs and an uncertain business environment have prompted precipitous declines in US exports to China over the past two...
11/17/2020
Matt Margulies, vice president for China Operations at the US-China Business Council, said in an interview earlier this month...
11/16/2020
At the same forum, Craig Allen, president of the US-China Business Council, also called for "stable, consistent policy" from...
11/16/2020
After months of China-bashing rhetoric from the Trump administration dominated communications, some positive voices appeared in...
11/16/2020
Craig B. Allen, president of the US-China Business Council: Since the US-China trade conflict began approximately three and...
11/12/2020
USCBC President Craig Allen took part in an online discussion about the implications of China's 14th Five-Year Plan for China...
11/12/2020
“Bills related to Hong Kong, Xinjiang and Taiwan have passed both houses with almost unanimous support,” noted Anna Ashton, the...
11/09/2020
"The Chinese have a vote here in terms of how do they wish to engage with a new administration" US-China Business Council ...
11/05/2020
Anna Ashton, senior director of government affairs at the US-China Business Council, looks at how the presidential election...
11/05/2020
A recent report from the US-China Business Council (USCBC) showed that 75 percent of American companies said their investment...

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