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USCBC Calls for Continued Negotiations

WASHINGTON - May 14, 2019 - The US-China Business Council is disappointed that both the US and Chinese governments have chosen to escalate their battle rather than set a date for a new negotiating round to work through their differences. Things are moving in the wrong direction on these issues. More tariffs will not persuade either government to change their positions and will exacerbate the damage being done to American companies and farmers that do business with China. Negotiation is the only way to...

Gordon urges passage of trade deal with Canada and Mexico

According to figures from the US-China Business Council, China ranked 7th out of all of Wyoming’s trade partners in goods exported in 2017, and was its second largest trade partner in services exported, lagging only $5 million behind Canada and exceeding 4th-place Mexico by $21 million. While Canada represents 17.2 percent of Wyoming’s exports, China represented a larger overall share of Wyoming’s 2018 exports than Mexico, at 3.9 percent vs. 2.6 percent, according to data from the United States Census...