Research Articles

The US government is exploring a number of actions to address long-standing concerns around the financial transparency and...
Increased acceptance of international standards as a basis for Chinese national standards has reduced barriers for foreign...
This is the second such report issued by the World Bank and the Development Research Center. Publication of the report was...
Dear USCBC members, The Ministry of Justice (MOJ) has provided USCBC with an advance copy of its draft implementing...
Foreign companies will need to understand how applications of AI are disrupting the types of financial services traditionally...
Public perception of China has reached a historic low for modern times. Republicans are more likely than Democrats to hold...
Official relations between the United States and Hong Kong are governed by the United States-Hong Kong Policy Act of 1992 (“...
While access to standards setting has improved, many barriers remain. Non-science-based standards and unclear distinctions...
US-China tensions are negatively impacting US company competitiveness and eroding market share. Some companies selling products...
SAMR has launched a series of enforcement campaigns in 2019 with a particular focus on unfair competition, intellectual...
A recently withdrawn extradition bill and related protests in Hong Kong have driven some to question US policy toward  the...
China’s civil-military integration is primarily a response to barriers between its civilian and military sectors, although it...
The State Council plans to take a pragmatic approach to improving the business environment through economic decentralization...
China remains a priority market for the majority of US companies with strong revenue and profitability growth in 2019....
USCBC recently submitted comments on SAMR’s upcoming blacklist. The measures detail what qualifies as “dishonest or...
Brunswick Group conducted a survey to assess the impact of US-China trade tensions on consumers in the United States and China...
On Monday, August 5, the Treasury Department officially labeled China a currency manipulator. Though frequently threatened in...
China’s latest national-level law enforcement campaign has led to ramped-up policing and changes in law enforcement strategy...
Most of the openings are unlikely to have a significant impact on foreign companies. While some of the opening measures repeat...
Foreign companies are struggling to navigate China’s data regime. Best practices are hard to establish in the uncertain...
On July 31, US-China Business Council (USCBC) President Craig Allen testified before the US-China Economic Security Review...
Certain features of the system, such as platforms for sharing company data and publicizing company records online, have already...
The shortage of qualified hazardous waste disposal vendors has sent prices skyrocketing, making it difficult for companies to...
USCBC recently submitted comment letters on both the Draft Data Security Administrative Measures and the Draft Measures for the...
Several companies are planning for worst-case scenarios to maintain their competitiveness amid an unpredictable tariff...
Since China declared a “war on pollution” in 2014, environmental protection has become a top political priority. The resulting...
The two most significant market openings in 2019, for oil and gas and telecommunications, are nationwide expansions of earlier...
A transition back to the United States offers an opportunity to reflect on some of the trends the US-China Business Council’s...
The process of reviewing public comments on Commerce’s notice to define emerging technologies has slowed down US efforts to...
Anti-monopoly Law (AML) revision updates make slow progress amid internal debates. M&A reviews are uncertain amid volatile...

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