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Press Releases

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...

New and Continuing Members of USCBC Board

USCBC has recently completed an election by our members and I am pleased to announce that the following eight individuals have been elected to the USCBC board, in alphabetical order by family name.

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TradeTalk with Andrew Gelfuso: A Conversation with Ambassador Craig Allen

Andrew Gelfuso, Director of World Trade Center Washington DC interviews Ambassador Craig Allen, President of the US-China Business Council for an update on the current status of US-China relations, the recent trade agreement, Hong Kong, the Covid-19 pandemic and its impact on supply chains.

US and China Tensions Continue. Here’s What Investors Should Look For.

While businesses have been bracing for sanctions or other US measures—and in turn possible Chinese retaliation—Anna Ashton, senior director of government affairs for the US-China Business Council, sees little immediately on the horizon that could have a direct, substantial, or negative impact.

In Rare Move, US Clears Limited Cooperation Between US Firms, Huawei

Doug Barry, the spokesperson for The US-China Business Council (USCBC), a private organization with the mission of promoting trade between the two countries, said there are companies that are concerned about the abuse of leadership positions by China, but so far he has not heard any examples of this happening in practice. "Most international standards setting bodies have strong due process which makes it difficult for stakeholders to abuse leadership positions to force proposals through or block...