USCBC in the News

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.

09/27/2018
Erin Ennis speaks at the Heritage Foundation about the role of the WTO in the debate over trade policy towards China.
09/26/2018
Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi met with representatives from the National Committee on US-China Relations...
09/25/2018
U.S. business interests in China are already warning of that possibility in urging the Trump administration to back off. As...
09/21/2018
“My sense in communicating with people in the Chinese and US government is that both sides are hardening their positions and...
09/21/2018
Jake Parker, Vice President of China Operations at the US-China Business Council: “A better way to get leverage and avoid...
09/21/2018
Although they are running out of American exports to target, they have other ways to fight. On September 17th, for example,...
09/19/2018
Trade tensions are affecting 73 percent of American companies, according to the US-China Business Council's annual member...
09/19/2018
While some companies can shift their supply chains to avoid the tariffs, the impact could be unavoidable for others, said Craig...
09/19/2018
“Tariffs are a tax on the American people. They are inherently inflationary. They will increase input costs for American...
09/19/2018
With President Trump imposing new tariffs on $200 billion in Chinese goods, China has promised to retaliate. Steve Inskeep...
09/17/2018
Chinese commerce has already been a transformative force in Louisiana’s economy, with extensive trade and cross-border...
09/15/2018
But it is the role of the Chinese government in MIC2025 that seemingly irks the US most, not China’s ambition to increase its...
09/14/2018
"Our hope is with the two presidents going to meet at the end of November that the two sides can sit down and talk about the...
09/11/2018
Amid a worsening tariff battle, China is putting off accepting license applications from American companies in financial...
09/10/2018
Already hamstrung by the set of tariffs implemented this summer by the U.S. and China, farmers, ranchers, boat makers, auto...
09/05/2018
USCBC VP of China Operations Jake Parker took part in a roundtable event at the Beijing-based Center for China and...
09/04/2018
Analysts say U.S. firms caught in the crosshairs are now taking steps that executives tend to dread: They are preparing to...
08/30/2018
Both countries would benefit greatly from working towards solutions to open up markets. As a former trade negotiator, I...
08/29/2018
Mutual investment and trade cooperation between China and the United States have helped add millions of U.S. jobs, according to...
08/28/2018
For US companies in China, it is shaping up to be an unprecedented nightmare. “Tariffs are a tax on the American people, have...

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