USCIB Comments on U.S.-China Investment Relationship

Blue sky and white clouds, ancient Chinese architectureUSCIB submitted recommendations on behalf of the American business community to the U.S.-China Joint Commission on Commerce and Trade (JCCT), the primary forum for addressing bilateral trade and investment issues and promoting commercial opportunities between the United States and China.

USCIB supports efforts to improve the business environment for both U.S. and Chinese companies. In a statement submitted on April 30, USCIB urged both governments to move ahead on a high-standard U.S.-China Bilateral Investment Treaty and made the case for using the full range of multilateral forums available to work toward improved commercial relations.

The recommendations highlighted specific member concerns that can be efficiently addressed through high-level dialogue afforded by the JCCT process. These concerns included:

  • Anti-monopoly law (AML)
  • Audiovisual
  • Certification, Licensing and Testing Barriers
  • Express Delivery Services (EDS)
  • Government Procurement
  • Intellectual Property Rights
  • Regulatory Environment
  • Standards
  • State-Owned Enterprises
  • Technology Policy

“USCIB appreciates the commitment to ongoing dialogue the United States and China have made in the JCCT process over the years and encourage continued commitments to focus efforts on improving the business environment for both U.S. and Chinese companies,” the report noted.

Read USCIB’s recommendations.

Staff Contact:   Rob Mulligan

Senior VP, Policy and Government Affairs
Tel: 202.682.7375

Rob Mulligan oversees our wide ranging activities on international trade, investment, economic and regulatory matters, and supervises a staff of policy professionals whose expertise covers a host of issues affecting American companies engaged in global business. He also coordinates USCIB policy and advocacy work with the U.S. and foreign governments, our international affiliates.
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