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11/23/2020

More measures could come into inauguration. The addition of international trade lawyer Corey Stewart to a senior post in the Commerce Department could be a way to help the outgoing administration push through hard-line policies on China before January 20, says Anna Ashton, senior director of government affairs for the US-China Business Council.

11/20/2020

Meanwhile, tariffs and an uncertain business environment have prompted precipitous declines in US exports to China over the past two years, but China remains a top market for US exporters, according to a study released Wednesday by the US-China Business Council.

11/20/2020

A recent US-China Business Council report noted that goods exports to China dropped 11.4 percent nationwide to $104.8 billion. Many of Georgia’s congressional districts saw their China exports retreat to pre-2010 levels, according to the council’s breakdown.

08/13/2020
Despite an unprecedented downturn in U.S.-China relations during a pandemic, U.S. businesses are not leaving the China market....
08/13/2020
US businesses are not leaving the Chinese market despite "an unprecedented downturn" in US-China relations during the Covid-19...
08/13/2020
Despite an unprecedented downturn in relations between the world's top two economies during the COVID-19 pandemic, United...
08/13/2020
A membership survey issued this week by the US-China Business Council (USCBC), which represents more than 200 companies with...
08/13/2020
The worsening U.S.-China trade relationship is continuing to hurt U.S. companies, which are increasingly losing Chinese...
08/13/2020
According to a survey released Tuesday by the US-China Business Council, 86% of more than 100 member companies report that the...
08/12/2020
More inward-turning policies will likely make foreign businesses—already facing restrictions on market access and pressure to...
08/12/2020
Few US companies doing business in China view President Donald Trump’s Phase 1 trade deal as being worth the cost of tariffs...
08/12/2020
Few United States companies doing business in China view President Donald Trump's Phase 1 trade deal as being worth the cost of...
08/12/2020
United States companies are not leaving the Chinese market despite an unprecedented downturn in US-China relations during the...
08/12/2020
US businesses are not leaving the Chinese market despite “an unprecedented downturn” in US-China relations during the COVID-19...
08/11/2020
For US companies, even though the trade deal didn’t deliver everything they had wanted, it made some progress and, more...
08/10/2020
A ban within the US would also likely have business implications for any American companies that try to market in China or...
08/05/2020
The pair have had videoconference calls with groups led by the US Chamber of Commerce, the US-China Business Council and the...
08/04/2020
The US-China Business Council's latest survey of some 150 companies also shows that China's measures to further open up and...
08/03/2020
Chinese purchases of US farm goods, semiconductors and other goods declined 11.4 percent last year but still exceeded $100...
07/31/2020
China hopes the US business community will seize the opportunities brought by its booming economy and opening-up to strengthen...
07/31/2020
On the business side, there's a call for clarity -- and reality: "US policy needs to define our working relationship with China...
07/31/2020
Building tensions between the US and China have yet to stop agricultural trade between the countries, but that time could come...
07/30/2020
USCBC President Craig Allen recently sat down with Jiro Yoshino from Nikkei Business to talk about the the US-China...

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