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China’s abrupt exit from zero-COVID led to only moderate business impacts on USCBC members. Most recovered from the initial...
Many committee chairs of the Republican-controlled House of Representatives will strike an even stronger tone on China than...
China has concluded its most recent three-year plan for SOE reform, aimed mainly at modernizing SOEs, and is in the process...
China jettisoned centralized quarantines, compulsory PCR testing, sweeping lockdowns, and travel restrictions. China is now...
Travel between the United States and China has become easier thanks to the cancelation of China’s quarantine requirement for...
US-China relations faced a host of economic and security challenges in 2022, complicating the operating environment for...
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The 2022 Central Economic Work Conference highlighted revitalizing economic growth as a key theme, with stimulating domestic...
As China faces rising COVID-19 cases, a shrinking property sector, weak consumer demand, and declining exports, it faces a...
When it comes to China, Senate committees are expected to focus on outbound investment, Taiwan, critical materials, and...
Leadership changes occurred at more than 30 ministries or specialized agencies at the central government level following the...
The Cyberspace Administration of China’s (CAC) regulations governing security reviews of cross-border data transfers (CBDTs)...
I’m happy to report that I am safely back in Washington, DC, after a productive five-week trip to China. After 10 days in...
New measures released in early November aimed to alleviate the severe impacts of zero-COVID restrictions on the Chinese...
The catalog is intended to offer guidance to foreign enterprises on where and what to invest in rather than alter market...
The United States and China agreed, alongside other countries, on a loss and damage fund at COP27, but disagreements between...
There are several hurdles involved in traveling to China currently: flight booking, visa application, pre-departure testing,...
The Chinese government has decried the latest US export controls but has so far declined to use retaliatory tools.  China...
US-China bilateral goods trade in Q3 was up more than 11 percent year on year, driven by increases in both US goods exports...
My first time coming to Shanghai was in 1988. Since then, with each successive visit, the city I’ve experienced changes...
While the Senate has yet to have a final vote on its version of the annual defense authorization bill, both chambers of...
Ocean shipping rates have declined across the board over the past year due to decreasing demand. Air freight rates are down...
Customs and Border Protection has targeted nearly 1,500 shipments valued at over $400 million under the Uyghur Forced Labor...
China’s new Politburo Standing Committee was unveiled on October 23, introducing the next generation of political leaders. ...
On October 16, President Xi Jinping delivered the 20th Party Congress Work Report, which sets the strategic policy objectives...
It has been nearly three years since I have set foot in China. Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, I would travel to China several...
Recent developments foreshadow a future in which China’s cyberspace regulators have even more capacity for inspections and...
Surveys of US and European companies doing business in China show relatively consistent findings, with both groups...
General election candidates continue to use “get tough on China” as a key strategy to win over voters, especially in the...
COVID-19 case counts in China have begun to stabilize after three waves of outbreaks during the summer. Temporary domestic...

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