Category: Media

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

Video: The US, China and the 2016 Election

Asia Society's high-level United Nations General Assembly-related events began with a discussion on the outlook of US-China relations after the 2016 election.

/ November 7, 2016

VIDEO: The Role of NGOs in Cultural Heritage Conservation

Heritage preservation has long been associated with the conservation of grand monuments driven by the state, but Kuanghan Li, director of Global Heritage Fund's China Program, explains to Asia Society that NGOs could play the role of instigator and facilitator...

/ October 21, 2016

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang speaks at USCBC event in New York

Premier Li Keqiang addressed important issues in the US-China economic relationship before more than 700 guests, three members of China’s Ministerial delegation, Dr. Henry Kissinger, chairs and presidents of the host organizations, and ranking business executives from USCBC, NCUSCR, and...

/ September 23, 2016

Obama and Xi Meet at the 2016 G20 in Hangzhou, China

President Obama, accompanied by Secretary Kerry, met with world leaders in Hangzhou, China for the G20 Summit last week. Obama’s trip included a bilateral summit meeting with President Xi Jinping, which is the eighth and likely final time the two...

/ September 7, 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

TRADE FACTS: 5 Things To Know About China’s Nonmarket Economy Status

    When China joined the World Trade Organization (WTO) in 2001, its government’s pervasive intervention in the economy meant that China’s trading partners could not trust data on production costs to determine a fair market value in antidumping cases....

/ July 28, 2016

TRADE FACTS: China’s Exchange Rate & US Trade Deficit

We often hear that China “manipulates its currency” and harms the US economy. Some say if we punish China as a manipulator or slap tariffs on Chinese goods it would reduce our trade deficit. In June, the IMF for the...

/ June 30, 2016

Video: Andrew Mackenzie on the benefits of free trade

BHP Billiton CEO Andrew Mackenzie told Asia Society on June 20 that globalization and free trade help the future of the economic relationship between the United States and Asia. Mackenzie was joined in conversation by the journalist Richard Lui.

/ June 28, 2016

Private sector economy

60 percent of China's GDP comes from private sector enterprises.

/ June 21, 2016