12 November, 2019
Global Times

"We hope [the phase-one deal] comes into play soon. What matters is the content of the agreement and it being signed [by China and the US]," Greg Gilligan, vice chair at the American Chamber of Commerce in China, told the Global Times on the sidelines of the Caijing Forum 2020 on Tuesday in Beijing.

05 November, 2019
Washington Post

Timothy Stratford, chair of the American Chamber of Commerce in China, played down the likelihood of a substantial deal. Despite Xi's trade-fair talk and China's promises to buy American agricultural products, China did not appear to be offering fixes to long-standing U.S. complaints, such as Beijing's subsidies for certain businesses, Stratford said.“The...

05 November, 2019

In comments submitted to the Chinese government by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the American Chamber of Commerce in China and the U.S. Information Technology Office, the groups pointed out that Beijing’s draft regulations “do not address clear differences between the treatment of China’s state-owned enterprises and the private sector,” according to...

05 November, 2019

Tim Stratford, chairman of the American Chamber of Commerce in China, said the main issues in the current US-China trade negotiations can be seen in major approaches that include fulfilling commitments to further open up the Chinese economy, adjustments to better balance the business environment, including that of the internet sector, and dealing with...

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