Press Center

751_image001For nearly 70 years, USCIB has provided American business with a voice in the global arena, bringing our members’ views to bear on major public policy issues in the United States, other countries and international organizations like the UN, the OECD and the ILO.

Our unique advocacy platforms enable American companies to help shape the laws, rules and policies that directly impact their international operations. We also provide a broad range of services to assist companies, both large and small, in accessing foreign markets and doing business overseas.

Click in the box at right to access our press kit. Use the navigation bar at left to view USCIB press releases and additional press-related materials.

USCIB maintains an extensive roster of issue specialists who can address a wide variety of topics. Tap the expertise of our staff, our member executives and our global business network for your next story.

For more information, please contact:

Jonathan Huneke

VP, Communications & Public Affairs

(212) 703-5043 or jhuneke@uscib.org

Press Releases

Time to De-Escalate U.S.-China Trade Conflict, Says USCIB (4/6/2018) - Responding to statements by President Trump and China’s commerce ministry over the past 24 hours, USCIB said both parties should seek to resolve their differences via established bilateral and multilateral mechanisms.
USCIB Urges US and China to Avoid Trade War (3/22/2018) - The United States Council for International Business (USCIB), which represents America’s most successful global companies, responded to the Trump administration’s plans to impose tariffs on billions of dollars of Chinese exports along with restrictions on Chinese investment in the United States.

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Op-Eds and Speeches

The Hill: Trump Aiming to Make NAFTA Like a Football Game Without Referees (4/26/2018) - The Hill: Trump Aiming to Make NAFTA Like a Football Game Without Referees
Post-Brexit Trade: An Opportunity to Set New Standards (3/12/2018) - By Chris Southworth As the United Kingdom prepares to leave the European Union, the country is at a crossroads. To deliver success means delivering trade deals fast, and the only way to do that is to be more innovative, explains Chris Southworth, the secretary general of ICC UK, USCIB’s partner in the global International Chamber […]

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Media Coverage

The Hill: Trump Aiming to Make NAFTA Like a Football Game Without Referees (4/26/2018) - The Hill: Trump Aiming to Make NAFTA Like a Football Game Without Referees
Fighting for American Business: USCIB in the News in 2017 (1/16/2018) - Throughout 2017 USCIB leaders and staff garnered important coverage from the news media on issues of importance to USCIB members.