The future of US-China economic cooperation offers significant opportunities, though challenges remain. Attendees of the annual meeting of the China General Chamber of Commerce Chicago heard from US and China officials on the prospects for both nations. Read more about the New Era – Opportunities & Challenges in U.S. – China Economic Cooperation.
Ongoing immigration from abroad continues to contribute substantially to in-movement and population gains for much of America. Read more in this analysis from the Brookings Institution.
Regional Strategies for the Future –The Midwest US-China Association is a non-profit organization that provides an important connection between the Midwestern U.S. and China. Through government-to-government outreach with corporate and academic support, MWCA’s goal is to expand trade and investments between the Midwest and provinces and municipalities in China by fostering:
- Goodwill; and
The China Business Review (CBR), published since 1974 by the US-China Business Council, and online since 1997, is the leading voice on commercial relations with China.
February 9, 2015 / by Richard C. Longworth, Distinguished Fellow, Global Cities It’s no news that most Americans aren’t sharing in this country’s economic growth. Even when the overall economy grows, as it does most years, almost none of that growth ends up in the...
US Ambassador Max Baucus Celebrates Goal of Aligning Economic and Educational Goals February 6, 2015 – The American Chamber of Commerce in China and the 100,000 Strong Foundation today announced a new strategic partnership designed to further enhance U.S.-China ties...