Category: US-China Business Council

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.

Forecast 2018

This January 30, we convened top China policy experts, analysts, and business leaders to provide members with in-depth briefings on China’s 2018 economic forecast, its current business landscape, and best practices in approaching China trade policy. Representative Darin LaHood, a...

/ February 7, 2018

USCBC Hosts Business Roundtable with Zhejiang Party Secretary Che Jun

Zhejiang Province Party Secretary Che Jun and a large delegation of Zhejiang officials and business representatives met with US-China Business Council (USCBC) members in Washington, DC, on August 25 to discuss trade and investment opportunities. The delegation included senior representatives...

/ September 5, 2017

Hong Kong Announces Changes to Beneficial Ownership Regime

Hong Kong’s Financial Services and Treasury Bureau (FSTB) recently issued a consultation document on amending the Companies Ordinance law. If the amendment proposal is approved, companies incorporated in Hong Kong will need to identify their beneficial owners and register with...

/ July 26, 2017

Reception for new USCBC Board chair, Evan Greenberg, New Directors and Officers

On June 7, USCBC hosted a reception to welcome new board chair, Evan Greenberg, Chairman and CEO of Chubb, as well as its new officers and directors.

/ June 8, 2017

USCBC 44th Annual Membership Meeting

On June 6, the US-China Business Council held it's 44th Annual Membership Meeting. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin provided the keynote address, and emphasized the Trump administration's goal of achieving a more balanced bilateral trade relationship. Professor Joseph Fewsmith of the...

/ June 7, 2017

How to Handle 4 Anticorruption Compliance Issues

The 2012 launch of China’s anticorruption campaign has renewed US companies’ attention to anti-bribery, competition, and corruption-related policies and regulations. The challenges of compliance have continued to evolve since the US-China Business Council’s (USCBC) 2013 Compliance Best Practices Report, as...

/ May 26, 2017

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

The Pulse of China’s Healthcare

The Chinese healthcare sector, which accounted for 6 percent of the country’s GDP in 2016, is expected to capture a 10 percent share in the coming years. Racing to establish a modern system of coverage, services, and products to accommodate...

/ April 12, 2017

Trump and Xi Need to Create a Stronger Framework for US-China Relations

Leaders of the world’s two most powerful economies will sit down together for the first time tomorrow. The list of topics to cover could be long. But this meeting is more about the relationship that will be established between President...

/ April 5, 2017