Member News Update

May 16th, 2018
By USCBC Staff

Chinese Vice Premier Liu He’s official meetings in Washington are expected to wrap up today, following a high-profile meeting with President Trump on Thursday. While no official outcomes have yet been announced, the China’s Ministry of Commerce today terminated its anti-dumping and anti-subsidy investigations into US sorghum exports, after earlier this week taking positive steps on reviews of two US-related acquisitions.
USCBC will report on outcomes of the trade talks when...

May 14th, 2018
By USCBC Staff

The US and China over the weekend put tariffs on hold, but an agreement on broader trade tensions has not been reached and tariffs cannot be dismissed in the future, given continuing differences within the Trump administration on China trade policy.

Last week’s discussions focused primarily on reducing the US trade deficit with China, not on more structural issues such as market access barriers and level playing field concerns, or on China’s inadequate protection of intellectual...

February 12th, 2018
By Craig Allen

Date:     Sunday, December 2, 2018             
To:         USCBC Members 
From:    Craig Allen, USCBC President
Re:        Presidents Trump and Xi Meeting in Buenos Aires 

We are pleased that the two governments have agreed to begin doing the hard work of resolving the substantive issues that American companies have faced in China, and to postpone the imminent tariff increases that had been on the horizon. The details will be important, so we will be actively...