USCBC in the News

09/22/2021

Anna Ashton, Vice President for Government Affairs at the US-China Business Council discusses the Evergrande crisis. She spoke to Bloomberg's David Westin.

09/22/2021

We found that most US companies adopted an apolitical strategy. They didn’t exit China, but also didn’t put public pressure on Washington to roll back the tariffs. Even though 63 percent of US multinationals in our sample were adversely impacted by the trade war, only 22 percent chose to voice opposition and 7 percent chose to exit China. The majority (65 percent) did neither. Many of the multinationals we coded as “voicing opposition” did so through associations such as the US-China Business Council...

09/15/2021

More than 30 US trade groups, including the US Chamber of Commerce and the US-China Business Council (USCBC), have recently called on the US government to remove the "costly and burdensome tariffs," which they say are hurting American companies, consumers and the overall economy. "The Administration can take immediate steps to relieve increasing inflationary pressures and rising prices for all Americans by reducing these tariffs," the trade groups said last month in a letter to US Treasury Secretary...

02/02/2021
And talk to the 91 percent of US companies that said in a Member Survey conducted by the US-China Business Council last year...
02/01/2021
Doug Barry, spokesman for the US-China Business Council, said it made sense for the Biden team to review the trade deal and...
02/01/2021
The trade war was billed as a plan to bring China to its knees by choking off the all-important American market with 25%...
02/01/2021
Meanwhile, the Congressional Budget Office estimates tariff hikes cost the average US household nearly $1,300 last year....
02/01/2021
The years-long trade war with China cost the United States around 245,000 jobs, according to an estimate by Oxford Economics,...
02/01/2021
In a recent address to the US-China Business Council, China’s foreign minister Wang Yi said China is open to and hoping for a...
01/29/2021
A January 2021 study commissioned by the US-China Business Council (USCBC) claims that former president Donald Trump’s trade...
01/29/2021
2021 marks the 42nd anniversary of the establishment of the diplomatic relationship between China and the United States. USCBC...
01/29/2021
Craig Allen, President of the US-China Business Council, said that in the US, the Biden administration has to negotiate with...
01/29/2021
“Anyone that thinks that Katherine Tai is going to be a pushover or easy on China is in for a surprise,” said Doug Barry, a...
01/27/2021
A study by the US-China Business Council and Oxford Economics found the US economy lost 245,000 jobs due to the tariffs. It...
01/27/2021
"We want to be a part of China's global growth. We think that we can contribute to China's global growth, make it more balanced...
01/27/2021
Across the Pacific, having managed to be quite successful in pandemic prevention and control, China reported a whopping 6.5...
01/26/2021
Mr Allen said Australia and the US need to work together in negotiating more trade access with China. He said the US should...
01/26/2021
The trade war on China has reduced US economic growth and employment, rather than benefiting the economy. A report...
01/25/2021
Poll data released in August by the US-China Business Council showed that up to 83 percent of its companies counted China as...
01/22/2021
“The US-China Business Council sponsored Oxford Economics to calculate the toll of tariffs on the US economy in a recently...
01/22/2021
Sen. Cantwell criticized the tariffs, citing a US-China Business Council study by Oxford University economists that found...
01/21/2021
“It’s reasonable to think some of the executive orders will be rolled back or the way they are interpreted and implemented will...
01/21/2021
A year after the signing of a trade deal with the US, China has fulfilled only 52 percent of its commitment to greatly increase...

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