Gov. Bob Holden traveled to Iowa recently to visit with Gov. Terry Branstad as Branstad prepares to tackle his new role as US ambassador to China. Gov. Holden and Gov. Branstad discussed the future of relations between the two superpowers and the need to maintain positive partnerships. Gov. Holden said Gov. Branstad is especially well-suited for the challenges of the job he’s assuming. “I’ve known Terry for many years and have always respected his grasp of trade issues and agricultural issues. Terry also possesses a great understanding of the Chinese and he’ll represent the U.S. on the world stage very well.”
Gov. Branstad also expressed interest in the work of the MWCA. Gov. Holden said Gov. Branstad considers MWCA a significant asset for the U.S. as both countries explore new ways to enhance their relationship.
Learn about what direct investment between the United States and China has meant for economies in both nations over the last 25 years. Please click on the links below to view the reports. port is the first deliverable of the US-China FDI Project, a multi-year research initiative to provide greater transparency on FDI flows between China and the United States. The US-China FDI Project is led by Rhodium Group and the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations, in partnership with the American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai and the China General Chamber of Commerce USA.
25 Years of US-China Direct Investment (Chinese)
The Midwest US China Association and Missouri Boys State/Missouri Girls State fulfilled their mission by sending four student leaders to Beijing, China for an enriching governmental, educational, and cultural experience. (more…)