USCBC in the News

06/26/2019

Fourthly, the tariff measures lead to barriers to US exports to China. The 2019 State Export Report, published by the US-China Business Council on May 1, 2019, stated that in the ten years from 2009 to 2018, US exports to China supported over 1.1 million jobs. The Chinese market continues its importance to US economic growth. Forty-eight states of the US have increased their goods exports to China during the last decade – 44 of them by double digits – while in 2018, when economic and trade friction...

06/26/2019

The US-China Business Council would welcome an agreement to restart negotiations because that would help reduce business uncertainty, especially if there is a deadline to reach a deal, the group’s vice president Erin Ennis said. “At this point, we’ve got 25 percent tariffs on $250 billion worth of imports. The longer those tariffs are in place, with no plan of action to address them, the more damage is being done,” Ennis said.

06/26/2019

“We are hearing from US manufacturers and US retailers that, if ‘List 4’ is implemented, prices will go up in the United States. That will have an impact on how much of those products are sold, which will affect the bottom line of retailers and those manufacturers. So, we do anticipate there will be both a jobs and sales impact,” Erin Ennis, vice president of the US-China Business Council said.

03/05/2019
The Sino-US trade war is hurting companies on both sides of the conflict. In early January, the US stock market dropped sharply...
03/05/2019
Erin Ennis, senior vice president of the US-China Business Council, expressed cautious optimism on reports of progress toward a...
03/05/2019
Still, the group continues to hear from both governments that they are making substantive progress on the main structural...
03/05/2019
“We are hearing things are pretty far along and the enforcement issues are the biggest sticking point,” said Erin Ennis, senior...
03/05/2019
According to Craig Allen, president of the US-China Business Council, China is looking to a bigger role of foreign investment...
03/05/2019
Craig Allen, president of United States-China Business Council (USCBC), said the Chinese economy is generally doing "pretty...
03/04/2019
But Washington claims China has failed to disclose many of its subsidies, noting it took Beijing 15 years after joining the WTO...
03/04/2019
Jacob Parker, vice president of China operations at the US-China Business Council in Beijing, said even in the event of a trade...
03/04/2019
Erin Ennis, senior vice president at US-China Business Council, discusses expectations for US-China trade negotiations. She...
03/01/2019
The US-China economic relationship delivers more benefits to the US than is commonly understood. According to a 2017 Oxford...
02/28/2019
But Washington claims China has failed to disclose many of its subsidies, noting it took Beijing 15 years after joining the WTO...
02/28/2019
Shortly, after the announcement of the new round of meetings, US-China Business Council (USCBC) President Craig Allen said, “It...
02/27/2019
Jake Parker is the Vice President of the US-China Business Council. He called the President's announcement a "positive signal"...
02/26/2019
Trump's decision was a "positive signal," said the vice president of the US-China Business Council, Jake Parker. The decision "...
02/26/2019
Enforcement “does not have to be tariffs, although I think … given the Trump administration’s strong belief that tariffs are a...
02/26/2019
Because of that long history, Mr. Trump’s advisers fear that Democrats in Congress will have more credibility when criticizing...
02/25/2019
Trump's decision was a "positive signal," said the vice president of the US-China Business Council, Jake Parker. The decision "...
02/25/2019
The terminology isn’t important, according to Jacob Parker, vice president of China operations with the US-China Business...
02/25/2019
Sitao Xu, chief China economist at Deloitte LLP, and Jacob Parker, vice president for operations at the US-China Business...
02/25/2019
“Finding a resolution to the trade (tensions) that eliminates tariffs would greatly reduce uncertainty in the business...

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