Research Articles

On Tuesday, November 26, the Department of Commerce announced it is preparing to solicit public comments on proposed rules to...
US companies still face unusually high requirements for pursuing cases of IP infringement, lengthy processes to stop the...
Over 150 pieces of legislation in the 116th Congress focus on China-related issues. National security interests are bleeding...
It encourages requiring Chinese firms listed on US exchanges to fully disclose auditing information. US dependence on Chinese...
On Sunday, the General Office of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and the State Council released guidelines for China to...
China has made significant changes to intellectual property and technology transfer policies. The deal is expected to resolve...
The United States continues to block efforts to reform the Appellate Body, which will cease to function on December 11. A...
The draft regulations had positive developments related to IP protection and forced technology transfers. They failed to...
Following the release of the draft implementing regulations for the Foreign Investment Law (FIL) by the Ministry of Justice on...
USCBC member companies, Recent comments by the Chinese and US governments indicate that both sides are preparing for the...
The corporate social credit system and other administrative measures will be a key tool for China to enforce its IPR regime....
Several provincial governments appointed banking executives to key political positions, which may indicate a greater focus on...
USCBC’s Board of Directors met with Chinese cabinet-level officials in Beijing this month. Delegates pressed for a negotiated...
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...

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