USCBC Reports

USCBC's featured reports are made available to the public. Here are recent reports on important issues facing the US-China commerical relationship.

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Members of the US-China Business Council enjoy full access to research on the Chinese trade and investment environment, as well as newsletters and analyses on political decisions that affect US business operations.

 

China Economic Reform Scorecard - February 2015

The US-China Business Council (USCBC) is rolling out a reform scorecard on a quarterly basis to assess the actual impact of China’s reforms on foreign company concerns. The scorecard is divided into categories based on key themes for reform, such as...

 
 

China Economic Reform Scorecard - October 2014

USCBC is rolling out a Reform Scorecard on a quarterly basis to assess the actual impact of China’s reforms on foreign company concerns. The scorecard is divided into categories based on key themes for reform, such as the role of the state and the...

 
 

USCBC 2014 China Business Environment Survey Results

Growth Continues Amidst Rising Competition, Policy Uncertainty Executive Summary The China market continues to deliver important revenue opportunities to American companies, even as GDP growth moderates. Nearly 50 percent of survey respondents report...
 
 

Bilateral Investment Treaties: What They Are and Why They Matter

What is a bilateral investment treaty (BIT)? Why do we need them? Who benefits from them?    Understanding what BITs do and don’t do is important. The United States and China—the world’s two largest economies—are currently negotiating a BIT, making the...
 
 

Recommendations for Special 301 Review of IPR Protection

Intellectual property rights (IPR) issues remain one of the top challenges that US companies face as they seek to expand their business and investment in China. In USCBC's most recent annual member company survey, IPR protection ranked fifth among...

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China 2014 Regulatory Transparency Scorecard

Transparency—including solicitation of public feedback during the creation of new laws and regulations, open government decision-making, and the ability to access information—is consistently cited as a top concern for US-China Business Council (USCBC...

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