Competition Policy and Enforcement in China
US-China Business Council monitoring of publicly announced investigations concerning China's Antimonopoly Law indicates that while both foreign and domestic companies have been targets, in recent months, foreign companies appear to have faced increasing scrutiny. This report provides a detailed summary of China’s competition enforcement activity, analyzes the questions and concerns of foreign companies, and provides specific recommendations for how to further improve the substance and perception of China’s competition regime.
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Webcast: Conversation with US Treasury Secretary Lew
The US-China Business Council (USCBC) hosted a conversation with U.S. Treasury Secretary Jacob J. Lew on the current state of the U.S.-China economic relationship and priorities for the sixth Strategic and Economic Dialogue in Beijing the following week. The Wall Street Journal’s Sudeep Reddy moderated the discussion.
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Bilateral Investment Treaties: What They Are and Why They Matter
What is a bilateral investment treaty (BIT)? Why do we need them? Who benefits from them? Understanding what BITs do and don’t do is important. The United States and China—the world’s two largest economies—are currently negotiating a BIT, making the issue particularly relevant today.
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