Month: November 2016

The Dos and Don’ts of CCC Certification for Vehicle Parts

China Compulsory Certification (CCC) is a necessary part of tapping the Chinese market for more than 132 product categories, including automotive parts. Manufacturing vehicle components is a complex undertaking, and the rules and regulations for selling in China can be...

/ November 30, 2016

USCBC Hosts Third Annual Food Safety Seminar

Tuesday, November 22, USCBC hosted the third annual food safety seminar on the margins of the JCCT, along with the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT) and the US-China Agriculture and Food Partnership (AFP). First held in...

/ November 28, 2016

Chinese Investment in Hollywood: Focus on Opportunity

Current anxieties are overblown and the scale of Chinese investment in Hollywood is far from a threshold where it could undermine its diversity and openness. More importantly, these investments create jobs and present tremendous opportunities for US entertainment companies.

/ November 28, 2016

USCBC hosts Reception and Dinner in Honor of the 2016 US-China JCCT

On Monday, November 21, USCBC and the US Chamber of Commerce held a reception and small dinner in honor of the 2016 U.S.- China JCCT. The reception and dinner was attended by Vice Premier Wang Yang and his delegation and...

/ November 23, 2016

Buying Real Estate in China

Purchasing real estate in China can be a complex procedure. Because there are so many eligibility requirements for a mortgage and to buy real estate, it’s important for investors to be aware of the differences between owning real estate and...

/ November 23, 2016

VIDEO: Old World, New Minds: China’s Post-90s Generation

Business leaders around the world have long recognized the potential of China's consumer market. In this lively presentation to Asia Society, Chinese consumer expert Tom Doctoroff says marketers and business leaders needed to understand the "tension in the heart of...

/ November 21, 2016

Priorities Compete in NEV, Battery Regulations

Despite high-level government support for China’s New Energy Vehicle (NEV) industry, the Chinese government has been sending mixed messages to foreign companies investing in the world’s largest electric vehicle market. Some regulatory guidance is poised to advance the NEV and...

/ November 18, 2016

Better Together: The Potential of Crowdfunding in China

Crowdfunding, funding a project through online donations, has become a popular way to invest in the West; but in China, it’s a relatively nascent industry with enormous potential for future growth. The World Bank’s 2013 Crowdfunding’s Potential for the Developing...

/ November 16, 2016

A fast track in the works for certain medical devices

High-quality foreign medical devices might soon have a faster path to approval in the developing China market. Recently released draft rules that call for expedited review of certain medical devices should benefit US companies in China. However, competing regulations appear...

/ November 14, 2016

The Future of the US-China Relationship in Quotations: Statements made by President-elect Donald J. Trump

We have to bring back our workers. You take a look at what’s happening to steel and the cost of steel and China dumping vast amounts of steel all over the United States, which essentially is killing our steelworkers and...

/ November 9, 2016