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.”

11/07/2016
The security reviews stipulated in the new law revive concerns among U.S. companies that they will be forced to disclose their...
11/07/2016
China has green-lit a sweeping and controversial law that may grant Beijing unprecedented access to foreign companies’...
11/07/2016
China’s National People’s Congress Standing Committee has given approval to a controversial new cybersecurity law. Approval of...
10/24/2016
U.S. businesses have a voluminous wish list for U.S. and Chinese officials when they meet in November for the Joint Commission...
10/20/2016
The country’s regulatory and legal framework has failed to keep pace with its economic boom, creating any number of road bumps...
10/19/2016
While the U.S. continues to have a gaping goods-trade deficit with China, its exports of services to the country are growing...
10/17/2016
“The two fastest-growing product sectors are hardwood lumber and softwood logs,” Anna Ashton, director of business advisory...
10/10/2016
“Though the shift from investment approvals to investment notifications may offer some limited benefit to foreign companies...
10/05/2016
At the USTR-led hearing, the first witness, Erin Ennis, vice president at the U.S.-China Business Council, plans to tell the...
10/01/2016
Li Keqiang, China’s prime minister, made a big promise to the world’s leading businessmen at the World Economic Forum’s annual...
09/27/2016
“It’s the international standard, but it’s banned in China,” says Jake Parker, vice president for the U.S.-China Business...
09/22/2016
Remarks and statements made by Li, who was here for a series of United Nations conferences and engagement with a wide spectrum...
09/21/2016
On China' s business environment, Li said while complaints from some American business people impressed him, he also read a...
09/11/2016
A lot of U.S. corporations do business in and with China, to varying degrees. So when the Chinese economy suffers, those...
09/10/2016
September 7, Liang Jiangyong in Xiamen Vice Governor met with Peng Ning, vice president of the Czech Republic, led by the US-...
09/05/2016
In terms of arriving at solutions to the world’s economic illnesses, the G20 came up with little. In the realm of geopolitics,...
08/30/2016
A new survey from the US-China Business Council, a nonprofit group whose members do business with China, found that 17% of...
08/30/2016
A survey released by the U.S.-China Business Council stated “China’s growth slowdown is impacting American company financials...
08/30/2016
Shanghai Mayor Yang Xiong today (30th) afternoon met with the president of the US-China Business Council John Frisbie. Yang...
08/25/2016
Most U.S. businesses operating in China remain profitable despite the country’s economic slowdown but business confidence...

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