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USCBC Meets with MOFCOM Minister Wang Wentao

US-China Business Council President Craig Allen met virtually with China’s Minister of Commerce Wang Wentao to exchange views on the state of US-China trade and investment relations, views of the American business community on challenges and opportunities for doing business in China, and thoughts on China’s reform and opening plans in 2023. Allen expressed a desire for further engagement between the US and Chinese governments, and a need for tangible reform steps to put the bilateral relationship on a...

US Exports to China Supported Over One Million American Jobs in 2021

Combined US goods and services exports to China supported over one million American jobs in 2021, according to a report published today by the US-China Business Council (USCBC), a US trade group of 280 US companies that do business in China. The report is an update to USCBC’s 2022 US Export Report and provides more recent figures for services exports to China and for US jobs supported by combined goods and services exports to China.

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Report: China matters to US heartland

Craig Allen, president of the US China Business Council, said that it is important to actively defend US corporate interests in China despite the complicated bilateral relations. "Some 10 percent of American exports go to China, supporting an employment of over 1 million of our fellow citizens in 2021," Allen said. "In addition, Chinese companies employ another 160,000 American citizens in the US. Chinese companies like Fuyao Glass are excellent supporters of their local communities and our local...

Good start to Chinese economy in 2023 poised to stimulate global growth

"Hundreds of US companies across multiple industries are eager to expand their businesses in the Chinese market," said Craig Allen, president of the US-China Business Council. Allen expected China's economy to register a higher growth rate in the first half of this year compared to the latter half of 2022 due to vibrant domestic demand during the Spring Festival holiday season.

Foreign firms show faith in China market

Craig Allen, president of the US-China Business Council, said "China is an attractive location for supply chain integration." China's scale motivates US companies, while the country's ecosystem is strengthened greatly by investments in infrastructure and talent, Allen said.