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01/26/2023 Hundreds of US companies across multiple industries are eager to expand their businesses in the Chinese market, the head of a major US trade group has said. "I know of hundreds of companies that very much want to expand in China," following the optimization of China's pandemic response measures and increased interactions between senior government officials of the two countries, Craig Allen, president of the US-China Business Council, said during a recent interview with Xinhua. He added that the companies...
01/20/2023 A week earlier, China’s Commerce Minister Wang Wentao gave remarks via video link to the US-China Business Council President, in which he stated that “China is willing to listen to the views of foreign enterprises, including those from the United States, on a regular basis, and will continue to improve a market-oriented, law-based and international business environment.”
01/17/2023

The official website of the Ministry of Commerce announced on the 13th that Wang Wentao held a video meeting with Craig Allen, President of the US-China Business Council (US-China Business Council) on the 12th.

05/18/2022
"Americans are unhappy about rising inflation and costs, so providing tariff relief soon is one way to lower prices and...
05/16/2022
  The Macquarie University Liberal Club spoke to Craig Allen, President of the US-China Business Council, about our...
05/16/2022
A Moody's study has found that 92.4 percent of the added tariffs on Chinese imports are borne by the US side. And a joint...
05/12/2022
Many US businesses have called on the US government to lift additional tariffs on Chinese goods, arguing that such a move is...
05/12/2022
As trade ties between China and the United States run deep and closely intertwined, many American companies are reasonably...
05/06/2022
The bilateral trade reached a record high of $750 billion last year, a 28.7 percent increase over the previous year. So far,...
05/06/2022
Craig Allen, president of the US-China Business Council, a business group that represents more than 260 companies that do...
05/05/2022
As to the Biden administration signaling possible relief from US tariffs on China, Douglas Barry, the vice-president of...
05/03/2022
The US business community also wants a China strategy that will address the key underlying problems in the worsening bilateral...
05/03/2022
At the same time, lifting sanctions on China’s “emerging technologies” and “basic technologies” would help US suppliers and...
05/02/2022
Larger businesses can afford to wait in case lockdowns ease and China resumes its robust economic growth, said Doug Barry,...
04/29/2022
The US-China Business Council (USCBC) urged President Joe Biden's administration to ease tariffs on Chinese goods as the US...
04/26/2022
As China implemented the phase-one trade deal, US farmers have exported billions of dollars more in oilseeds and grains and...
04/26/2022
Exporters and importers also sought a de minimis exception to avoid conducting a full forced labor audit due to the presence of...
04/26/2022
China’s “uniquely restrictive” data laws risk boosting US firms’ cost of doing business in the No. 2 economy and could lead to...
04/26/2022
Many well-known American companies operating in China have been upbeat about their prospects in the world’s most populous...
04/14/2022
China's commerce ministry hopes the United States will remove tariffs on Chinese goods and stop cracking down on Chinese firms...
04/14/2022
Wuttke and the Europeans received cover from Washington, DC-based US-China Business Council on Tuesday when it expressed...
04/13/2022
After bottoming out in 2019 because of the trade war, American exports to China hit an all-time high last year of $149.2...
04/12/2022
On the other hand, operating in China is fraught with its own basket of problems, most notably poor intellectual property...

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