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01/26/2023 Hundreds of US companies across multiple industries are eager to expand their businesses in the Chinese market, the head of a major US trade group has said. "I know of hundreds of companies that very much want to expand in China," following the optimization of China's pandemic response measures and increased interactions between senior government officials of the two countries, Craig Allen, president of the US-China Business Council, said during a recent interview with Xinhua. He added that the companies...
01/20/2023 A week earlier, China’s Commerce Minister Wang Wentao gave remarks via video link to the US-China Business Council President, in which he stated that “China is willing to listen to the views of foreign enterprises, including those from the United States, on a regular basis, and will continue to improve a market-oriented, law-based and international business environment.”
01/17/2023

The official website of the Ministry of Commerce announced on the 13th that Wang Wentao held a video meeting with Craig Allen, President of the US-China Business Council (US-China Business Council) on the 12th.

07/05/2022
Craig Allen, president of the US-China Business Council, said Biden’s relationship with the unions suggested any move on...
07/05/2022
According to a group in Washington called Americans for Free Trade, whose members include the National Retail Federation and...
07/01/2022
In the same vein, the US-China Business Council in its 2021 annual member survey also found that the strained relationship...
06/30/2022
And today’s webinar is in partnership with the US-China Business Council or the USBC, which is a nonpartisan non-profit...
06/24/2022
“The law will essentially act as a trade embargo against goods with input from Xinjiang,” Doug Barry, vice-president of...
06/24/2022
Doug Barry, vice president of the US-China Business Council, also told Voice of America earlier that Beijing’s zero-Covid...
06/23/2022
The law has been celebrated as an important step forward for human rights, but it has faced backlash from some companies for...
06/23/2022
But Douglas Barry, vice president of communications and publications for the US-China Business Council, said the law is unclear...
06/23/2022
Although the lawmakers announcing the agreement characterized the bill as a “refined proposal,” it is still extremely broad....
06/23/2022
US businesses, meanwhile, continue to invest heavily in China, and they are growing more outspoken about their intention to...
06/23/2022
American firms intend to stay in China overall but diversify, said Douglas Barry, communications vice president with the US-...
06/23/2022
"If such government controls were implemented on a unilateral basis, it would only hurt the flexibility and resilience of...
06/22/2022
Craig Allen, president of the US-China Business Council, agreed that companies were eager to work with Washington on the issue...
06/21/2022
"The way the law is written could be interpreted as applying to other kinds of goods from other parts of China that allegedly...
06/21/2022
In a statement provided to VOA, US-China Business Council President Craig Allen said the late release of the FLETF plan means “...
06/21/2022
Theoretically, US importers can still buy goods from Xinjiang, by providing the aforementioned evidence of no forced labor, but...
06/21/2022
“We are expecting implementation to be messy. They have released little information beforehand, and companies won’t know many...
06/21/2022
In 2021, bilateral trade topped record-breaking 750 billion US dollars. The US Export Report 2022 issued by the US-China...
06/16/2022
CBP published an operations guide on Monday specifying how businesses can prove that their products are untainted by forced...
06/16/2022
“I recently interviewed some folks who had done a report on data privacy for the US-China Business Council. There was this...

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