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New USCBC Report Released: USCBC China Economic Reform Scorecard October 2016

The latest US-China Business Council (USCBC) assessment of China’s economic reform efforts has not changed since the previous update in February 2016. Although some positive steps were made in a few areas, setbacks and counterproductive policies persist, and doubts remain about the government’s follow through on the three-year old pledge at the Third Plenum to allow the market to play a “decisive role.” Read the full report here - http://ow.ly/Wdmm305WMrR
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Today's Must Reads on CBR: China forbids independence advocates from taking office in Hong Kong

China’s legislature on Monday morning approved a highly controversial interpretation of Hong Kong’s mini-constitution that is designed to prevent elected pro-independence legislators from taking their seats in the territory’s council. - http://ow.ly/NP5l305VJRK Financial Times
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Today's Must Reads on CBR: China’s Internet Controls Will Get Stricter, to Dismay of Foreign Business

In August, business groups around the world petitioned China to rethink a proposed cybersecurity law that they said would hurt foreign companies and further separate the country from the internet. On Monday, China passed that law — a sign that when it comes to the internet, China will go its own way. - http://ow.ly/N3xn305VJFs Nyt
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Today's Must Reads on CBR: China approves law to tighten control on internet use

China's legislature has approved a cybersecurity law that human rights activists warn will tighten political controls and foreign companies say might isolate Chinese industries. - http://ow.ly/ywXY305VJss AP
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USCBC in the News: China’s New Cybersecurity Law Rattles Foreign Tech Firms

The security reviews stipulated in the new law revive concerns among U.S. companies that they will be forced to disclose their source code and other corporate secrets to the Chinese government to prove their equipment is secure, said Jake Parker, vice president of China operations for the U.S.-China Business Council, a trade group representing U.S. companies in China. - http://ow.ly/uonJ305VKjh The Wall Street Journal
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Today's Must Reads on CBR: China’s Huawei Technologies Aims Big in Smartphone Market

China’s Huawei Technologies Co., the world’s third-largest smartphone maker, expects to grab a larger market share in the wake of Samsung Electronics Co.’s damaging recall of its high-end phone, a senior executive said. - http://ow.ly/gW3G305QXKY The Wall Street Journal
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Today's Must Reads on CBR: Will Xi Bend Retirement 'Rule' to Keep Top Officials in Power?

Deng Maosheng, a director with the party’s Central Policy Research Office, told reporters at a government-organized news briefing in Beijing on Monday that retirement rules for senior officials needed to be flexible and revised if circumstances required. - http://ow.ly/aBOb305QXzj BloombergBusinessweek
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Today's Must Reads on CBR: TPP’s Failure Would Hand U.S. Business in Japan to China, White House Says

A failure to clear a major Pacific trade agreement through Congress in coming weeks could realign the commerce of the world’s three biggest economies, with China muscling in on U.S. companies’ exports to Japan, the White House said. - http://ow.ly/V5ra305QXmL The Wall Street Journal
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Today's Must Reads on CBR: China October data seen offering more signs of stability, room for reforms

A flurry of data from China in the coming weeks is expected to reinforce views that the world's second-largest economy is stabilizing, despite stubbornly weak exports and worries that a property boom is peaking. Signs of steady expansion would give room to policymakers to focus on reforms and risk control as China faces a growing debt pile and increasingly inefficient credit-fueled growth. - http://ow.ly/zVWy305ODX5 Reuters
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Today's Must Reads on CBR: China land reform opens door to corporate farming

China has cleared the way for private investment in large-scale farming, announcing a change in land rights that heralds a new era for agriculture in the world’s most populous nation. - http://ow.ly/iNxj305ODJW Financial Times
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