Month: August 2016

Aluminum Producer Aleris Corp Acquired by Zhongwang USA LLC

Aleris Corp, a Cleveland-based aluminum rolled products producer, announced its purchase by Zhongwang USA LLC on Monday. At $2.33 billion dollars, this is the United States’ largest overseas purchase of a metals processor.

/ August 31, 2016

Obama to Visit China for G20, Separate Meeting with Xi

The Barack Obama-Xi Jinping presidential bilateral meeting, slated for September 3 according to Chinese sources, will be the penultimate chance for the two leaders to meet during the Obama administration. Accompanied by Treasury Secretary Jack Lew and US Trade Representative...

/ August 31, 2016

CBR Spotlight: August 2016

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/ August 31, 2016

USCBC 2016 Membership Survey: The Business Environment in China

The US-China Business Council has released the key findings of its 2016 annual member survey. For the past 11 years, USCBC has polled its members on their business performance in China and their priority issues.

/ August 29, 2016

Cybersecurity best practices for the traveling executive: A Q&A with Crumpton Group’s Rick Doten

Rick Doten, Chief of Cyber and Information Security at the Crumpton Group, answers questions about cybersecurity best practices for executives traveling to China. Doten states that executives must be aware that all communications will be monitored when they are in...

/ August 29, 2016

How do China’s Information Security Laws Affect You?

The China Certification of Information Security (CCIS) mark is required for all information security products used by the Chinese state agencies, and is voluntary for other information security products. China Compulsory Certification, or CCC, is required for many international products...

/ August 26, 2016

Building a better government affairs function in China

New standards for the clinical and regulatory approval of foreign drugs and treatments in China’s pharmaceutical market are clouding revenue projections for multinational drugmakers, but they also represent an opportunity. A closer look at the regulatory challenges multinational pharmaceutical companies...

/ August 24, 2016

NGO law alters course for foreign education

China’s recently released law regulating foreign non-governmental organizations (NGOs) raised fresh doubts about foreign investment into higher education. The law, which takes effect in January,regulates educational institutions with operations in China and affects the entry strategy of new investors.

/ August 22, 2016

US-China Business Council 2016 State Export Report

The US-China Business Council has released their 2016 State Export Report. USCBC's State Export Report details a breakdown of each state's exports to China. For the first time, this year's report includes both goods and services export data. The national...

/ August 19, 2016

Holding up Half the Sky? Assessing the Current State of Female Employment in China

Female employment in China used to be moving in a positive direction. In the late 1970s, almost 10 years after Chairman Mao famously remarked that “women hold up half the sky,” about 90 percent of working-age women in cities were...

/ August 19, 2016