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US-China Business Council members can login to access additional resources. These inlude research on and analyses on Chinese government personnel, USCBC member newsletters. 
 
USCBC's advisory arm also works one-on-one with USCBC member companies to answer a wide range of sector-specific and general investment questions that address issues affecting our members' business in China. Business Advisory Services (BAS) help members by providing advice on operational issues, responding to member requests, and hosting roundtable discussions with experts.
 
For more information, contact a Business Advisory Services representative. 

 

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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's leadership, as well as the functions, responsibilities and contact information for China's central government agencies and departments. Government agencies refer to the offices under the State Council, China's cabinet, and the National People's Congress (NPC), China's legislative body. This section does not directly address the structure of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP, the party), though the party does exercise significant authority over government policies.

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The US-China Business Council sends out various newsletters that provide US companies with analyses on Chinese trade and investment environment, and on political decisions that directly affect US business operations.

The US-China Business Council's research and reports provide US companies with vital background information and analysis on Chinese trade and investment environment, and on political decisions that directly affect US business operations.

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