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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. 

09/17/2020
China, in good faith, is “seriously” implementing the phase-one trade deal with the US even it faces difficulties caused by the...
09/17/2020
US companies are welcome to step up investment in China and share its development dividends, Vice-Minister of Commerce Wang...
09/16/2020
Craig Allen, the president of the US-China Business Council, calls the current state of relations between the two countries the...
09/16/2020
The US-China Business Council which represents more than 200 American companies with decades of experience in China, found that...
09/14/2020
Speaking at a webinar sponsored by the US-China Business Council, Larsen, a Democrat from Washington state, said it is possible...
09/11/2020
Industry leaders have expressed fears over losing access to China’s rapidly growing market and large population, and are still...
09/11/2020
In a separate US-China Business Council survey, 87 percent of the more than 100 canvassed American companies said they have no...
09/11/2020
"The United States has done nothing to bring Europe along, Australia, Canada, Japan, Korea," Nate Herman, the association's...
09/11/2020
Liu’s view was echoed by many of the over 100 US companies across sectors polled by the US-China Business Council in its...
09/08/2020
In an annual survey report released last month, the US-China Business Council acknowledged that there was general progress in...
09/02/2020
The restrictions will likely make it harder for ByteDance to get government approval for any deal. "It's difficult to tell now...
09/01/2020
According to an analysis by the US-China Business Council, China’s new export controls affect two technologies that are...
09/01/2020
A US-China Business Council survey indicates that American companies are not leaving the China market but COVID-19 and...
09/01/2020
US consumers have benefited from trade between both countries and will be the biggest losers of a reactionary trade policy. The...
09/01/2020
On August 19, 2020, the World Trade Center of Greater Philadelphia’s (WTCGP) China Club held an informative online fireside...
08/31/2020
The second-order cost of sabotaging the international business environment with these policies could be much higher: 86% of...
08/31/2020
Craig Allen, president of the US-China Business Council, whose group represents companies including Walmart and General Motors...
08/31/2020
Other participants in the US-China Business Forum included Craig Allen, president of the US-China Business Council, Cho Tak...
08/28/2020
“American businesses are not leaving China, and Chinese businesses are not leaving America, but uncertainty has led to...
08/28/2020
Some American business interests in China say getting allies on board with US sanctions is critical to preserve their...

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