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We represent roughly 220 American companies that do business with China.
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Today's Must Reads on CBR: In meeting with Apple's Cook, China regulator stresses security

The head of China's industry and technology regulator stressed Chinese users' security in a meeting with Apple Inc's (AAPL.O) chief executive in Beijing, as the U.S. tech titan stumbles in its biggest offshore market. - http://ow.ly/D1cP300mLY9 Reuters

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Today's Must Reads on CBR: China Plans to Get Tough on Corporate Tax Evasion

China is joining an international effort to tackle tax evasion, with plans to require multinationals to disclose more detailed information on their overseas affiliates, according to taxation consultants who advised the government on the new rules. - http://ow.ly/YrLv300kixT The Wall Street Journal

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New on China Business Review: Location. Location. Location. Economic Growth All Depends On Where You Are.

In 2015, China’s growth was again at the center of international headlines, but the focus was instead on the slowdown of the world’s second-largest economy. Such a slowdown is to be expected as China’s economy gets larger and year-over-year numbers become mathematically harder to sustain. The discrepancy lies in China’s economic diversity, and the growth engines that differ from region to region. USCBC analysis of government sources shows how, and sometimes why, local growth rates differ from adjacent regions. - http://ow.ly/ITa2300lpk6

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Today's Must Reads on CBR: Did China Trade Cost the United States 2.4 Million Jobs?

The real question is whether American workers have suffered ills due to trade — more specifically, due to trade with China. In the case of whether trade caused harm, there are two prominent alternatives. - http://ow.ly/OFt4300kia7 ForeignPolicy.com

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Today's Must Reads on CBR: Censorship in China Also Blocks Business Growth

With eight of the world’s 25 most popular websites blocked in China, it’s no surprise the U.S. trade representative has listed Internet restrictions as a barrier to trade that hurts not just foreign companies but China itself. - http://ow.ly/JNnS300khQ2 The Wall Street Journal

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Today's Must Reads on CBR: China becomes global leader in development finance

China is now a bigger presence in international development finance than all of the world’s six major multilateral financial institutions put together, a new study has found. - http://ow.ly/bHbf300kjc7 Financial Times

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Today's Must Reads on CBR: China says to support steel exports as U.S. imposes hefty tariffs

China said it would persist with controversial tax rebates to steel exporters to support the sector's painful restructuring program, defying a United States move to impose punitive import duties on Chinese steel products. - http://ow.ly/N9KD300kiWD Reuters

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Today's Must Reads on CBR: China Quietly Targets U.S. Tech Companies in Security Reviews

Chinese authorities are quietly scrutinizing technology products sold in China by Apple and other big foreign companies, focusing on whether they pose potential security threats to the country and its consumers. - http://ow.ly/kGHi300hDS6 Nyt

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Today's Must Reads on CBR: China needs the private sector to step up

Beijing is counting on the private sector to invest more in the economy and take up the slack as the government tries to engineer a shift away from largely state-run heavy industry to more entrepreneurial and services-led growth. - http://ow.ly/KOeA300hDAj Reuters

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Today's Must Reads on CBR: Chinese investment in U.S. real estate tops $300 billion

Chinese investment in the U.S. real estate market has surpassed $300 billion (£208 billion) and is growing despite China's economic weakness and increased currency controls, the authors of a new report said on Monday. - http://ow.ly/hQKZ300hDfI Reuters
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