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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 peak loss of 245,000 US jobs. In addition, China's exports to the US helped lowered US commodity prices, improving people's livelihoods amid the epidemic.   
02/22/2021

Pacheco said there’s growing sentiment among US manufacturers to “re-shore” production from Asia closer to home, as the COVID-19 pandemic bared how vulnerable remote operations become during an emergency. A lot of the state’s exports to China are materials such as semiconductors and medical supplies, according to the US-China Business Council.

02/22/2021

US-China Business Council research shows that tariffs and economic conflicts between the United States and China have caused the United States to lose up to 250,000 jobs, but it may not necessarily promote the United States' national security interests. 

11/04/2020
A recent survey found that more than 80percent of them are committed to keeping their operations in China and nearly 70percent...
11/02/2020
The announcement by Xiao Yaqing, head of China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, was made during a video...
10/30/2020
A US-China Business Council member survey taken in May and June showed 87% of respondents had no plans to shift production out...
10/30/2020
Recent bills released by both parties outlining steps to counter the threat posed by China’s Communist Party and measures to...
10/28/2020
Key policies under consideration in Beijing this week signal the country is aiming to increase its control over companies and...
10/28/2020
We continue the discussion with Zhang Lipei, Director of the Beijing Office at the US-China Business Council, and Nick Marro,...
10/27/2020
“It’s a two-year agreement, and we need to see what happens in the first half of 2021,” said Craig Allen, president of the US-...
10/27/2020
The 4th US-China CEO Roundtable, co-hosted by CCPIT, China Chamber of International Commerce (CCOIC), and US-China Business...
10/26/2020
On the evening of October 19th, 2020, Ning Jizhe, Vice Chairman of the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) held a...
10/26/2020
A US-China Business Council found 13% of US businesses in China were asked to transfer technology this year, up from 5% last...
10/23/2020
But the US actions so far may be indirectly driving away some business. Jake Parker, senior vice president of the US-China...
10/23/2020
American companies operating in China do not seem to be particularly grateful for the help. A membership survey conducted in...
10/23/2020
In August, the US-China Business Council said in its annual member survey that nearly 70 percent of US businesses operating in...
10/22/2020
US companies in China have also taken a hard hit from the trade conflict. According to a survey by the US-China Business...
10/21/2020
In this episode, The EIU's senior editor Jason Wincuinas speaks to Zhang Lipei, Director of the Beijing Office at the US-China...
10/21/2020
Chinese Vice Premier Hu Chunhua on Tuesday met with a business delegation from the United States via video link, saying the...
10/21/2020
Xiao Yaqing, China's minister of industry and information technology, made the comments during a video meeting with a...
10/21/2020
Xiao made the remarks during a video call with delegates from the US-China Business Council (USCBC)‘s board of directors. Tom...
10/20/2020
This is but another example of the economic ‘decoupling’ – or divorce – between the two superpowers, a quantum shift that will...
10/20/2020
“Business provides a pragmatic elixir that can serve as an antidote to toxic politics,” says Doug Barry, senior director of...

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