Don’t Treat Compliance Like Your Mother

How China's new normal is requiring compliance to move deeper into company strategy and operations

/ January 16, 2017

Funding China’s Civil Society – Tax Incentives, Donation Law, and the Role of Foreign Charities

China passed two new laws in 2016 that will play a major role in shaping its civil society sector. The Charity Law, already in effect, and the Overseas Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) Law, set for implementation in January, are closely intertwined,...

/ January 13, 2017

Breaking Ground: Chinese Investment in US Real Estate

Chinese direct investment in US real estate,negligible until 2010, has grown dramatically and visibly. In 2015, China ranked third in US commercial real estate acquisition volume, trailing only Canada and Singapore, and tied with Norway.

/ January 11, 2017

Food Safety: What American Companies Bring to the Table

Through this research, USCBC found that robust transparency in policy creation and implementation—paired with even enforcement—is critical for companies to efficiently operate and successfully provide safe food. A transparent, healthy regulatory approach leads to policies that are balanced, implementable, and...

/ January 9, 2017

Guide to China’s Insurtech Regulations

With interest and investment in insurtech on the rise, this guide provides insights around the complex insurtech regulatory landscape and innovation trends, particularly in big data, that are likely to directly affect and disrupt insurers.

/ January 6, 2017

5 Steps to be an Effective Leader

In a world where capital is effectively priced at zero, as much as 30 percent of bottom line performance stems from the leadership’s ability to harness and implement ideas better than its competitors. Yet most companies say their leaders reliably...

/ January 4, 2017

New Horizons: Investing in China’s Civilian Airport Industry

The Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) recently issued guideline encouraging private investment into China’s civilian airports. Along with reducing the number of state-owned and state-holding airports, private investors now have full access to the construction and operation of civilian...

/ December 23, 2016

OpEd: What’s left to talk about?

In affirming in November that he will end US participation in the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) free trade accord, as well as its European variant, the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), Trump has put down a marker: free trade is...

/ December 21, 2016

FDI in Green Buildings in China – a Solution for its Affordable Housing Problems?

In July, China’s State Council released data showing that the country is aiming to construct 3,500 new urban areas by 2030, with a collective capacity of 3.4 billion residents – roughly half of the world’s population. Although criticized as unrealistic,...

/ December 19, 2016

USCBC Gala 2016: Focusing on the Future of US-China Relations

USCBC hosted its annual Gala, featuring a bipartisan panel with former US Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson Jr. and former National Security Advisor Thomas E. Donilon. USCBC board chair, Mark Fields, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Ford Motor Company,...

/ December 15, 2016