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Chinese Ambassador and US CEOs Hold Constructive Dialogue on Business Issues

WASHINGTON—September 13, 2021—Despite an ongoing trade conflict and a worsening political relationship, commercial ties between the United States and China remain strong, said Chinese Ambassador to the United States Qin Gang during a meeting with board members of the US-China Business Council earlier today.

USCBC Announces New Senior Vice President

Today, US-China Business Council (USCBC) President Craig Allen welcomed David Thomas as senior vice president in the Washington, DC, office. “We’re thrilled to have David, who has deep experience and substantial accomplishments in business association leadership and international policy,” Allen said, noting that USCBC is growing rapidly while dealing with a challenging period in the bilateral relationship. “The next few years will be crucial in determining the direction of the relationship, affecting...

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Chinese Ambassador Qin Gang addresses strained bilateral ties

And finally, Qin said it’s misleading to think that cooperation is being replaced by competition and confrontation. “In fact, the need for China-US cooperation is not decreasing but increasing. Our two countries should not be enemies, but partners,” he said, noting that over 70,000 US companies have investments in China; 95% of them made profits in China last year, and 64% saw their Chinese revenues grow, according to the latest report of the US-China Business Council.

Balance of Power: Business Response to Evergrande (Radio)

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

US tariffs on Chinese goods didn’t bring companies back to the US, new research finds

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...