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US-China Business Council Statement on January Trade Talks

WASHINGTON - January 31, 2019 - In response to the White House’s statement about this week’s negotiations in Washington, US-China Business Council (USCBC) President Craig Allen said:

“We understand that this week's discussions covered familiar ground on structural issues and look forward to hearing details about any progress that was made. The long-standing concerns that foreign companies have about protection of intellectual property rights, technology transfer, and market access in China are...

Raising tariffs on China is still 'very much a possibility': USCBC

Jake Parker of the US-China Business Council discusses three possible outcomes to the ongoing US-China trade talks, with the most likely one being an extension of talks to reach a final agreement.

Raising tariffs on China is still 'very much a possibility': USCBC from CNBC.