Category: US-China Business Council

Audio: US-China Relations During President Obama’s Second Term

[soundcloud params=”auto_play=true&show_comments=true&color=0ac4ff”][/soundcloud] James Steinberg, former deputy secretary of State under President Barack Obama and now dean and professor at Syracuse University, spoke to business leaders at the US-China Business Council’s Forecast conference on Jan. 31 about the Obama administration’s approach...

/ March 15, 2013

Highlights from the US-China Business Council’s 40 Year History

The US-China Business Council celebrates its 40th anniversary this year. View a full timeline of the organization’s history and US-China relations since 1973 here or read more about USCBC’s anniversary in this January 2013 article.

/ January 1, 2013

40 Years and Beyond

Productive commercial relations continue to need USCBC’s leadership. by John Frisbie There is no doubt that the US-China commercial relationship has progressed since the US-China Business Council (USCBC)—then called the National Council for US-China Trade—opened its doors 40 years ago....

/ January 1, 2013

40 Years of US-China Commercial Relations

From sales of airplanes and grains to today’s complex commercial relationship, the US-China Business Council has witnessed 40 years of business and trade between the United States and China. By Ben Baden At an event in September in Washington, DC,...

/ January 1, 2013

USCBC Gala Honors Ambassador Zhang and Governor Huntsman

The US-China Business Council (USCBC) held its 2012 Gala on December 6 at the Ritz-Carlton in Washington, DC. The event honored China’s Ambassador to the United States Zhang Yesui, and former Governor of Utah and US Ambassador to China Jon...

/ January 1, 2013

Letter from the Editor: Transition to Digital

The commercial and trade relationship between the United States and China has changed dramatically since the US-China Business Council (USCBC) opened its doors 40 years ago. Since then the two countries have developed one of the world’s largest trading relationships,...

/ January 1, 2013

US-China Legal Cooperation Fund

A Legacy of Support for the Rule of Law in Chinaby Anne PhelanIn the spring of 1999, when the US-China Legal Cooperation Fund issued its first call for grant proposals, there were only a handful of American organizations funding projects...

/ January 1, 2013

Letter from the Editor: Financial Services in China’s Changing Economy

A few weeks before this quarter’s China Business Review went to press, the Chinese government released trade data showing falling imports and slowing exports. Chinese imports dropped by 2.6 percent in August. Exports increased by 2.7 percent, higher than in...

/ October 1, 2012

Ambassador Locke Highlights Advances in US-China Relations

US Ambassador to China Gary Locke spoke about the past, present, and future course of the US-China relationship at an event co-sponsored by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and the US-China Business Council in Washington, DC, highlighting recent accomplishments,...

/ October 1, 2012

Board Statement to Guide Talks with the US and PRC Governments

The US-China Business Council board came together earlier this year to outline its goals for the evolving US-China commercial relationship. In February, the US-China Business Council (USCBC) released its first ever board of directors statement of priorities outlining its to-do list for...

/ July 1, 2012