Tag: US-China Relations

Roundtable Discussion with Matthew Pottinger, Senior Director for Asian Affairs, National Security Council

On April 19, 2017 the US-China Business Council held a discussion with Matthew Pottinger, the Senior Director for Asian Affairs at the National Security Council. Pottinger provided his views on the meeting of Presidents Trump and Xi at Mar-a-Lago and...

/ April 21, 2017

USCBC Board Priority Statement

This sixth priorities statement issued by USCBC’s board of directors comes at an important time. The United States has a new administration that is developing its policy approach to manage the US-China relationship. China’s reforms are entering their fourth year,...

/ March 10, 2017

China, U.S. Talk Norms in Cyberspace – What Do They Mean?

Experts from China and the United States recently met in Washington in the first formal sessions of the Senior Experts Group on International Norms and Related Issues and had ‘”positive, in-depth and constructive” discussions regarding state behavior in cyberspace, as...

/ June 10, 2016

Obama Tests China’s Xi on South China Sea

U.S. President Barack Obama will host China’s President Xi Jinping for a special bilateral meeting on March 31. This signifies at once the general and increasing importance of relations between Washington and Beijing, but also the specific need to address...

/ March 31, 2016

State by State: China and Illinois Trade

By Dezan Shira & Associates Being the 5th most populous state in the U.S, Illinois has been the economic engine of the Midwest region and a national hub for global commerce. The state owns the third largest intermodal port in the...

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US, China Take Action on Climate Change

By Lauren Dodillet US President Barack Obama and Chinese President Xi Jinping announced a US-China agreement to limit greenhouse gas emissions last Wednesday, wrapping up two days of bilateral meetings after the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit. The deal pledges...

/ November 18, 2014

What Congressional Elections Mean for US-China Trade

By Stephanie Henry Though China did not play a major role in many congressional midterm elections, the makeup of the new republican-led Congress may have a significant impact on US-China commercial and trade issues in 2015 and beyond. At the...

/ November 6, 2014

11th B2B Sales Leaders Symposium 2014

Organizer: Global ConsignIndex Location: Marriott Shanghai Date: September 11-12, 2014 Web: http://www.consignindex.com/salesleaders2014/be_EventOutline.html Contact: Kiara Cheung Email: [email protected] Phone: +86 21 5631 3008  

/ September 11, 2014

An Investment in a Shared Future

By Carola McGiffert and Stephen A. Schwarzman  When Vice President Joe Biden visited Beijing in December, he was on a crisis-management mission to diffuse recurring tensions in the East China Sea, spurred most recently by China’s new Air Defense Identification...

/ February 6, 2014

Biden Urges New Rules for Commercial Engagement in Beijing Speech

By Catherine Matacic US Vice President Joe Biden urged China to establish a level playing field for foreign and private businesses operating in China during a recent speech in Beijing. He stressed the need for rules that would open up...

/ December 9, 2013