Trade

Trade issues.

29 August, 2019

The Trial Measures on the Exclusion Work for US Products Subject to Additional Tariffs allows imported US products eligibility for exemption from some tariffs. Those seeking support from trade associations should note internal application deadlines.

23 July, 2019

Scott Kennedy is one of the most quoted commentators on US-China relations, making frequent trips to China from his base in Washington. In this recent interview with AmCham China, he discusses the latest twists and turns in US-China negotiations.

17 June, 2019

The US-China commercial relationship is still the anchor of the wider relationship between these two great powers. A healthy trading relationship between the US and China is also important to global prosperity and peace.

14 June, 2019

Despite the tariffs on China taking their toll, the Chinese response has been characterized by relative restraint. Rather than pour billions into financial stimulus, the government has introduced measures to reduce costs for businesses and consumers.

10 April, 2019

More than 100 executives from the wider US-China business environment packed into the St Regis Hotel ballroom in downtown Beijing on March 25 to discuss the most pressing issue of the day: US-China trade negotiations.

08 March, 2019

AmCham China’s 21st China Business Climate Survey Report (BCS) launched to more fanfare than ever last week, with the Chamber’s annual pulse check serving to provide a better understanding of the current business environment in China.

15 February, 2019

The IPR forum recently hosted a panel of expert practitioners to discuss progress made in the 90-day negotiation period. This Insights reflects the progress made by the US and Chinese governments.

25 January, 2019

AmCham China’s Intellectual Property Rights Forum was pleased to host “US-China Trade Tension Update: What progress can be made in 90 days?”, an event to discuss prospects for the 37 remaining days of US-China trade war pause, and its implications.

26 October, 2018

As the US-China trade war unfolds, technology has been one of the major areas of dispute, with Beijing’s Made in China 2025 plan emerging as a prime target for the US.

11 October, 2018

The Outbound Investment Forum recently hosted White & Case LLP lawyers Farhad Jalinous, Gregory Pryor, and Stacia Sowerby to provide the AmCham China business community with an overview of the current US and China investment market.