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02/15/2019

Jake Parker of the US-China Business Council discusses three possible outcomes to the ongoing US-China trade talks, with the most likely one being an extension of talks to reach a final agreement.

Raising tariffs on China is still 'very much a possibility': USCBC from CNBC.

02/15/2019

Within key industries, the iron nexus linking Communist Party officials at the helm of major state-owned enterprises, state banks, regulatory agencies and provincial and municipal governments has kept private-sector companies — Chinese and foreign — at a disadvantage, according to Craig Allen, president of the US-China Business Council. After years of promises, China this year began loosening limits on foreign participation in its financial services industry. Regulators lifted the cap on foreign stakes...

02/14/2019

Craig Allen sat down with Voice of America's Asia division to talk about recent trade negotiations and the US-China bilateral relationship.

11/15/2018
US-China Business Council President Craig Allen told Reuters last week that he thought it was likely China would withdraw from...
11/14/2018
Wisconsin's exports to China supported 14,100 American jobs in 2016. The growth of the state's goods exports to China from 2008...
11/14/2018
According to Erin Ennis, Senior Vice President at the US-China Business Council, this trade uncertainty has indeed hastened the...
11/13/2018
“The US has export controls for national security. That leads to industrial policies by the Chinese to duplicate the same...
11/13/2018
Erin Ennis, Senior Vice President of the US-China Business Council, told industry representatives in New York that American...
11/13/2018
“It’s constructive to have both sides talking,” said Erin Ennis, senior vice president of the US-China Business Council, which...
11/08/2018
United States companies should speak out about the importance of the Chinese market and US-China cooperation as trade tensions...
11/08/2018
“American companies are in a difficult spot,” Craig Allen, president of the US-China Business Council, said this week at the...
11/08/2018
“American companies are very bullish on the Chinese market. We hope to expand our presence here, to do more business here, to...
11/07/2018
Of the Communist government’s many goals for the import expo — billed as the first of many — “one is to increase China’s...
11/07/2018
Xi said “the right things,” Erin Ennis, vice president at the US-China Business Council, told Morning Trade. “But we need to...
11/07/2018
True, the trade deficit with China has cost the US jobs. But those losses have been in low-wage positions, and have been offset...
11/07/2018
“These announcements are very positive [but] that process has been pretty much slower than many anticipated,” Parker said. “...
11/05/2018
Meanwhile, Jake Parker, vice-president for China operations at the US-China Business Council, said that the presidents’...
11/05/2018
Jake Parker, vice-president of China operations at the US-China Business Council, which will host a conference at the fair,...
11/02/2018
Jacob Parker, vice president of China operations at the US-China Business Council in Beijing, said there were plenty of...
11/01/2018
True, the trade deficit with China has cost the US jobs. But those losses have been in low-wage positions, and have been offset...
10/31/2018
For years, the US China Business Council has pressured Washington to sign a bilateral trade agreement with Beijing. In a best-...
10/31/2018
A spokesman for the US embassy in Beijing said the US had no plans for high-level government participation in the expo. But at...
10/31/2018
Jacob Parker, who heads the Beijing office of the US-China Business Council -- which represents US companies doing business in...

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