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Pandemic and Politics Aside, US-China Trade Ties Continue—For Now

Despite an unprecedented downturn in US-China relations during a pandemic, US businesses are not leaving the China market. This was a major finding of an annual survey of members released today by the US-China Business Council (USCBC), a trade group representing more than 200 businesses, many of them global brands with decades of China experience.

US-China Business Council Elects New Board Members Amid Heightened Bilateral Tensions

Today, the US-China Business Council (USCBC) announced the election of new officers and board members, including its incoming chairman, Tom Linebarger, chairman and chief executive officer of Cummins Inc. “I’m honored to serve the USCBC with a strong team of business leaders,” said Linebarger. “We will continue the work of cultivating a relationship with China that is fair, respectful, and mutually beneficial. We have an opportunity to help inform policies that move the global economy forward and drive...

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China Releases Details on Its Own Unreliable Entity List

The Washington-based industry group US-China Business Council (USCBC) called for restraint in how the unreliable entity list is used. "Companies increasingly feel squeezed between the US and Chinese governments, where complying with the rules of one government may cause them to run afoul of rules of the other government," it said in a statement. According to USCBC's 2020 annual member survey, US companies with a presence in the China market list US-China relations as the top challenge for conducting...

Chinese Leaders Split Over Releasing Blacklist of US Companies

Jacob Parker, senior vice president at the US-China Business Council, a group representing more than 200 American companies, said a Chinese blacklist “will exacerbate the damage being done to American companies doing business with China.”

China releases details on its own blacklist, raising uncertainty for foreign businesses

“The unreliable entity list regulations leave a fair amount of discretion to be applied broadly. We hope significant restraint is exercised in utilization of the list,” the US-China Business Council said in a statement. “Companies increasingly feel squeezed between the US and Chinese governments, where complying with the rules of one government may cause them to run afoul of rules of the other government.”