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The PRC government agreed to pursue “a proactive fiscal policy and prudent monetary policy” in 2012, according to a statement...
Merger and acquisition (M&A) review activity picked up in the last few months of 2011. Recent regulatory changes and...
China has finalized long-awaited revisions to a key foreign direct investment policy document that offers few reductions in...
President-elect Obama and USCBC policy recommendations Senator Barack Obama (D-IL) won a decisive victory on November 4,...
The US Congress recessed on October 3, 2008, after passing the $700 billion financial assistance package. Domestic economic...
The State Council last week approved a proposal for restructuring the Shanghai municipal government. This restructuring...
At the close of its October 9-12 meeting, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Central Committee issued a statement affirming...
China's State Council announced the appointments and removals of several high-level officials in the last two months. Amid the...
US and PRC government officials met on September 16 in Yorba Linda, California, for the 19th session of the Joint Commission on...
Since China's Antimonopoly Law (AML) took effect August 1, it has generated substantial public interest, as well as some...
To prepare for the fifth round of the US-China Strategic Economic Dialogue (SED), which is scheduled to be held in Beijing in...
The National People's Congress (NPC) Standing Committee last week passed the Circular Economy Promotion Law, which aims to...
The PRC Ministry of Finance (MOF) recently issued clarifications to China's current government procurement regime. MOF's...
The Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) and National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), two key PRC economic agencies,...
The State Council on August 12 issued a plan that signals key changes in the responsibilities of the Administration on Quality...
Soon after China's groundbreaking Antimonopoly Law (AML) took effect on August 1, PRC officials announced the formation of the...
The National Energy Administration (NEA), the PRC's new energy regulator under the National Development and Reform Commission (...
In the run up to the Olympics, numerous--and often conflicting--reports have emerged on applications for "F" (business visit)...
US officials have been busy negotiating with their PRC counterparts in the lead up to next month's meeting of the Joint...
The United States and China made incremental progress on consumer safety issues at the fourth SED on June 17-18 in Annapolis,...
The US Congress has been relatively quiet on China issues this year, but recent action in the House Ways and Means Committee...
Mark Sobel, US Department of the Treasury deputy assistant secretary, on June 30 met with companies and associations to discuss...
Following the government reorganization plan approved by the National People's Congress in March, each of the new and...
During the third meeting of the 11th National People's Congress (NPC) Standing Committee, held June 24-26 in Beijing and hosted...
The fourth session of the US-China Strategic Economic Dialogue (SED) concluded today with the two sides launching investment...
Since the PRC Enterprise Income Tax (EIT) Law took effect in January, unanswered questions surrounding the criteria and...
US and PRC government officials are finalizing the agenda for the fourth round of the Strategic Economic Dialogue (SED) set to...
With Taiwan's President Ma Ying-jeou now in office, Beijing appointed a veteran PRC diplomat, Wang Yi, to head the State...
China's efforts to recover from the May 12 earthquake encountered new challenges in the form of strong aftershocks and...
With the prospect of the passage of legislation on China's currency growing dimmer by the day, the US House of Representatives...

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