Research Articles

As the economic reform debate continues in China, inter-agency divisions—especially between the National Development and Reform...
China’s current economic slowdown has raised serious questions for many companies about how their businesses will be affected...
New Trademark Law raises fines and damages for trademark infringement The Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress...
Almost 60 percent of US congressional districts exported more to China in 2012 than they did to the rest of the world, at a...
Foreign companies may benefit from renewed efforts to streamline administrative procedures by the State Administration of...
As internal debate in China over reform to state-owned enterprises (SOEs) continues, SOE profitability—and competitiveness—is a...
Last week, the US-China Business Council released its annual US state exports to China report. China remained America’s third-...
Recent research from the US-China Business Council shows US exporters increasingly face the threat of sanctions resulting from...
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...
As China released data showing that the country's trade and investment numbers rebounded significantly in 2010, PRC Minister of...
In an effort to shore up the country's economy in the face of the global economic downturn, China has recently announced...
The PRC National Bureau of Statistics announced last week that China's economy grew 9 percent in the third quarter of this year...
At the close of its October 9-12 meeting, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Central Committee issued a statement affirming...
US-China Business Council (USCBC) President John Frisbie on October 2 will provide the lead testimony at the US Trade Policy...
US-China Business Council (USCBC) President John Frisbie visited China last week for advocacy meetings with senior PRC...
Troubled by China's excessively fast accumulation of foreign exchange (forex) reserves, PRC officials earlier this month...
PRC inspection and quarantine authorities are streamlining import and export procedures to reduce delays, cut costs, and...
With China's landmark Antimonopoly Law (AML) set to take effect on August 1, the PRC State Council has not officially formed or...
For the first time since 1986, the US International Trade Commission (ITC) reached an affirmative final determination in a...
With the prospect of the passage of legislation on China's currency growing dimmer by the day, the US House of Representatives...
Bad weather in February and slumping demand for Chinese exports contributed to a slight slowdown in China's gross domestic...
At a conference held in late March in Xiamen, Fujian, PRC State Administration of Taxation (SAT) Chief Economist Dong Shukui...
The US-China Business Council (USCBC) is continuing its spring rollout of communication materials designed to better inform the...
CURRENCY The US Congress' two-week recess from March 17-28 is providing a respite from possible legislative action on matters...
The first week of the inaugural 11th National People's Congress (NPC) session in Beijing featured the unveiling of a much...
The World Trade Organization (WTO) ruled last week that China's use of tariff policies to restrict imports of foreign auto...
The US trade deficit with China in 2007 reached $256.3 billion, the highest deficit the United States has recorded with any...
US-China Business Council (USCBC) staff recently met with officials from the US Department of Commerce and the Office of the US...

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