USCBC in the News

05/12/2021

“If the goal was to reduce imports from China then it succeeded,” said Craig Allen, president of the US-China Business Council, which represents US companies that do business in China. “But if the goal was to increase manufacturing employment in the United States I don’t see any evidence that that’s happened. If the goal was to increase imports from other countries in Asia or increase manufacturing employment in Vietnam, it’s succeeded.”

05/07/2021 If the Biden administration's goal is not to contain China, why does it continue to impose Trump's absurd punitive tariffs on Chinese goods, despite the Washington-based US-China Business Council saying in January that the tariffs have caused a peak loss of 245,000 American jobs and would cause an additional loss of 145,000 jobs by 2025?  
04/29/2021

US-China Business Council President Craig Allen sat down with Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith on why China's economic boom is a positive opportunity for the United States.

11/19/2020
"It seems ironic that China is now in a similar deal and we're out again," Doug Barry, a spokesperson for the US-China Business...
11/19/2020
WACC will host Ambassador Craig Allen, the President of the US-China Business Council and former US Ambassador to Brunei who...
11/19/2020
Tariffs and an uncertain business environment have prompted precipitous declines in US exports to China over the past two...
11/17/2020
Matt Margulies, vice president for China Operations at the US-China Business Council, said in an interview earlier this month...
11/16/2020
At the same forum, Craig Allen, president of the US-China Business Council, also called for "stable, consistent policy" from...
11/16/2020
After months of China-bashing rhetoric from the Trump administration dominated communications, some positive voices appeared in...
11/16/2020
Craig B. Allen, president of the US-China Business Council: Since the US-China trade conflict began approximately three and...
11/12/2020
USCBC President Craig Allen took part in an online discussion about the implications of China's 14th Five-Year Plan for China...
11/12/2020
“Bills related to Hong Kong, Xinjiang and Taiwan have passed both houses with almost unanimous support,” noted Anna Ashton, the...
11/09/2020
"The Chinese have a vote here in terms of how do they wish to engage with a new administration" US-China Business Council ...
11/05/2020
Anna Ashton, senior director of government affairs at the US-China Business Council, looks at how the presidential election...
11/05/2020
A recent report from the US-China Business Council (USCBC) showed that 75 percent of American companies said their investment...
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...

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