USCBC in the News

09/22/2021

Anna Ashton, Vice President for Government Affairs at the US-China Business Council discusses the Evergrande crisis. She spoke to Bloomberg's David Westin.

09/22/2021

We found that most US companies adopted an apolitical strategy. They didn’t exit China, but also didn’t put public pressure on Washington to roll back the tariffs. Even though 63 percent of US multinationals in our sample were adversely impacted by the trade war, only 22 percent chose to voice opposition and 7 percent chose to exit China. The majority (65 percent) did neither. Many of the multinationals we coded as “voicing opposition” did so through associations such as the US-China Business Council...

09/15/2021

More than 30 US trade groups, including the US Chamber of Commerce and the US-China Business Council (USCBC), have recently called on the US government to remove the "costly and burdensome tariffs," which they say are hurting American companies, consumers and the overall economy. "The Administration can take immediate steps to relieve increasing inflationary pressures and rising prices for all Americans by reducing these tariffs," the trade groups said last month in a letter to US Treasury Secretary...

03/24/2021
The Senate could bring a China bill to the floor for a vote by mid-April that will likely be centered around a bipartisan,...
03/22/2021
Noting that the average tariff on each side is 20 percent, Craig Allen, president of the US-China Business Council, warned that...
03/22/2021
CGTN's Asieh Namdar speaks with Anna Ashton on where she thinks the direction of US-China relations could go after the meeting...
03/18/2021
Biden has notably said that he does not have any immediate plans to reverse Trump’s China tariffs — and by keeping them in play...
03/18/2021
The US trade deficit was increased, economic growth was slowed, American families paid an average cost of $1,277 per year, and...
03/17/2021
There are two approaches to the tech competition with China - how to better position the US and how to diminish China's...
03/16/2021
Despite the trade frictions, recent surveys from the American Chamber of Commerce and the US-China Business Council indicate a...
03/15/2021
A study from the US-China Business Council predicted that a significant decoupling between China and the US could lead to a...
03/15/2021
Despite the trade frictions, recent surveys from the American Chamber of Commerce and the US-China Business Council indicate a...
03/08/2021
In 2019, exports to China supported 1.2 million jobs in the US and as of 2018, 197,000 people in the US were directly employed...
03/08/2021
In 2019, exports to China supported 1.2 million jobs in the US and as of 2018, 197,000 people in the US were directly employed...
03/04/2021
USCBC President Craig Allen took part in the South China Morning Post's recent China Conference, offering US business...
03/04/2021
The US-China Business Council's 2020 member survey showed that nearly 70 percent of the members said that they are optimistic...
03/04/2021
According to a report by Oxford Economics commissioned by the US-China Business Council, if the two countries gradually abolish...
03/03/2021
This week on China Corner Office, Chris Marquis talks with Craig Allen, President of the US-China Business Council and Robert...
03/01/2021
A group led by the US Chamber of Commerce and US-China Business Council said in a letter encouraging the department to modify...
03/01/2021
According to a report by Oxford Economics commissioned by the US-China Business Council, if the two countries gradually...
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...
02/22/2021
Pacheco said there’s growing sentiment among US manufacturers to “re-shore” production from Asia closer to home, as the COVID-...
02/22/2021
US-China Business Council research shows that tariffs and economic conflicts between the United States and China have caused...

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