Tag: Exports

Exporting to China: Not for the Faint of Heart

Exporting to China can be an uphill battle for US small businesses, but many are succeeding with patience and the right partners. By Christina Nelson When Michael Strange sent an order of ice cream to China more than six years...

/ November 19, 2014

Trading Up: High-Value US Exports to China Increase in 2013

Soybeans are still the United States’ largest export to China, but higher-value goods are starting to close the gap. By Christina Nelson  US businesses are exporting more goods than ever to China. In 2013, US exports to China reached a new...

/ May 19, 2014

Economists: China Faces Rough Road to Reform in 2014

By Catherine Matacic With the Chinese Communist Party’s third plenum and the leadership transition behind it, 2014 is already turning into a busy year for China’s economic reformers. November’s third plenum and the opening of Shanghai’s free-trade zone injected some...

/ January 9, 2014

Selling in Chinese Yuan

Bankers say US exporters can increase their profits by accepting renminbi for payments instead of dollars By Trevor Williams Companies exporting their goods to China can manage foreign exchange risk and save money by offering buyers the option to pay...

/ July 3, 2013

US Exports to China Rebound in 2010

Nearly all US states posted triple-digit export growth to China in 2010, and exports performed well in the first quarter of 2011.by US-China Business Council staffOverall US exports to China rose rapidly in 2010, increasing 32 percent over 2009, when...

/ July 1, 2011