USCBC in the News

05/23/2019

USCBC Sr. Vice President Erin Ennis stops by Mike Adams’ show to give a quick update on where trade talks stand.

05/22/2019

"New tariffs imposed by China will hurt US manufacturers," Barry told MultiBriefs in an email. President Trump ran for the White House in part on a plan to revive American manufacturing...What about agricultural businesses in the US-China trade tumult? "Farmers, already feeling the pain from an earlier round of tariffs, will be harmed even more," Barry said.

05/22/2019

Despite the lifted tariffs from Mexico and Canada, the ongoing US-China trade war continues to put a strain on Hoosier farmers, manufacturers and consumers. According to the 2019 State Export Report from the US-China Business Council, a private bipartisan nonprofit organization of 200 American companies doing business in China, the trade war is moving “in the wrong direction.”

03/25/2019
The 2017 NPC Government Work Report then called for the government to “revise the catalog of industries open to foreign...
03/25/2019
Craig Allen, president of the US-China Business Council, said he hoped for detailed regulations to ensure the smooth...
03/22/2019
On March 21, 2019, USCBC President Craig Allen led a delegation of member companies to Hangzhou to meet Zhejiang Governor Yuan...
03/21/2019
The movement of the People's Bank of China is also the focus of global attention during the "two sessions." The US-China...
03/20/2019
But even as Chinese economic officials try to stave off the effects of the US tariffs, exports have swooned. Chinese exports to...
03/20/2019
“A week ago, it seemed like we were close to an agreement,” said Craig Allen, president of the US-China Business Council. “I...
03/19/2019
US and Chinese trade negotiators remain engaged in intensive talks, although it is yet to be seen whether and when they can...
03/18/2019
“It’s one of those confidence building measures,” Erin Ennis, senior vice president of the US-China Business Council, said of...
03/18/2019
Jake Parker, vice president for China operations at the US-China Business Council, talks about with Beijing’s last-minute...
03/18/2019
And the current set of promises is only the latest. “Our member companies no longer take at face value commitments made by the...
03/15/2019
“Our member companies no longer take at face value commitments made by the Chinese government on potential economic reforms,”...
03/15/2019
On Friday, the gathering of Chinese delegates endorsed a new foreign investment law that added new language at the last minute...
03/15/2019
The reported changes "are positive late additions that address concerns of US industry," Jacob Parker, vice president of China...
03/15/2019
Jacob Parker, Beijing-based vice president at the US-China Business Council, welcomed the "positive language" in the bill but...
03/15/2019
Parts of it aren't specific enough on issues such as intellectual property protection, despite a number of revisions to the...
03/15/2019
Jacob Parker, vice president of China operations at the US-China Business Council in Beijing, said his group was pleased with...
03/15/2019
And the current set of promises is only the latest. “Our member companies no longer take at face value commitments made by the...
03/15/2019
“We’ve reviewed the final draft of the [law] and are pleased with the last-minute addition of new language to further protect...
03/14/2019
Some US business groups were surprised by the last-minute amendments. “This is very positive,” Jacob Parker, Beijing-based vice...
03/14/2019
Jake Parker, vice-president of China operations at the US-China Business Council, said China had incentives to reach a deal but...

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