All posts by Wan Yao, Kirsten Olson & Dennis J. Meseroll

Powering the Digital Revolution in China

China is home to 730 million Internet users, and its mobile payments market is over 11 times the size of the market in the US. As e-commerce and digital transactions expand exponentially, data centers, the warehouses of the digital revolution,...

The Trade War Is On Hold – But the Politicized Trade and Investment Climate Is Here to Stay

Although deals are being hammered out between the United States and China to help avert a trade war, even a best case scenario still entails the corrosion of trust in the trade partnership between the world's largest economies.

/ June 7, 2018

Fact Sheet: Communist Party Groups in Foreign Companies in China

The Chinese government is pushing foreign companies to include party organizations among their employees. Where do these companies stand if they don't want to acquiesce to their demands?

/ May 31, 2018

A Short History of Trade Wars

Trade tensions between Beijing and Washington have been high lately. With the potential of a trade war looming, Sarah Pavlak takes a historical view of how these commercial spats usually pan out.

/ May 24, 2018

Hiring Local Employees in China

By HROne, Payroll & Employment Solutions in Greater China The employment of staff offers fundamental challenges that all foreign companies or Representative Offices entering China need to master. What rules and regulations apply in creating labor contracts? How do employees...

USCBC 45th Anniversary DC Open House

To celebrate 45 years of bolstering the commercial relationship between the United States and China, The US-China Business Council opened its doors to member companies for an evening of mingling and toasting to the decades ahead.

/ May 1, 2018

USCBC President’s China Visit

On the tail of China’s National People’s Congress, USCBC President John Frisbie paid his annual visit to the country, meeting with government officials and member companies operating there. This included meetings with the Zhejiang Delegation, Ministry of Commerce, and Ministry...

/ April 16, 2018

US and China Fire Shots in Mounting Trade Dispute

The United States and China have both fired warning shots on the growing field of bilateral trade disputes, though the most significant battle is likely still weeks away. While both sides have announced proposed tariffs on $50 billion in imports...

/ April 11, 2018

China Announces Sweeping Overhaul of Government Institutions

The government overhaul is China’s most significant institutional reform in years, with various entities either newly created, merged, restructured, or dissolved.

Will ISO Standards Transform Compliance in China?

As China pushes forward with its national anti-corruption campaign, companies are considering standards released by the International Standards Organization (ISO) to improve anti-bribery and corporate compliance programs.