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The US-China Business Council Condemns Violence Against Asian Americans

After alarming reports of violence in Atlanta apparently targeting the Asian American community, the US-China Business Council (USCBC) calls on local governments and community organizations throughout the country to protect Asian Americans against violence and discrimination. “Violence against Asian Americans is violence against our most cherished principles and values as Americans,” said USCBC President Craig Allen. “Addressing the root cause of this troubling action is critically important, which is...

Decoupling with China Not Economically Viable For Americans

As the Biden administration takes the reins of US trade policy, the question of what to do with existing tariffs on Chinese goods in the long term remains up in the air. According to a new report from Oxford Economics and the US-China Business Council, the answer is clear—even a moderate reduction in tariffs would lead to an additional $160 billion in real GDP and 145,000 additional US jobs by 2025. Failing to put an end to the festering trade war—or worse, pursuing significant decoupling with China—...

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Think Tank Calls for US Industrial Policy to Combat China's Quest for Tech Dominance

Doug Barry, senior director of communications and publications for the US-China Business Council, an organization of more than 200 American companies that do business with China, told TechNewsWorld that one argument against national industrial policies is that they're less efficient than markets and lead to wasteful spending. However, he added, "That argument does not give proper credit for massive government funding during the Sputnik era which contributed to many important commercial applications such...

GT Voice: US’ openness to trade talks welcome, but tariffs won’t change China’s stance

A study commissioned by the US-China Business Council said in January that the trade war has caused a loss of up to 245,000 US jobs, but a gradual scaling back of tariffs on both sides would boost growth and result in 145,000 additional jobs. That is why calls for Biden to remove the tariffs have been growing within US business circles. Some 3,500 companies have even sued the US government over those tariffs.

China’s Economic & Trade Policy and What it Means for US Businesses

The trade relationship between China and the United States has been characterized by ongoing trade disputes, retaliatory tariffs, increasing sanctions, and general uncertainty. Yet, China remains the United States' largest trading partner. USCBC President Craig Allen took part in the second panel of WTC Utah’s China Paradox series.