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Engage China

Engage China is a coalition of 12 U.S. financial services trade associations united in support of high-level engagement with China.

Trade between the United States and China is the most important bilateral economic relationship in today’s global economy. Over the past five years, U.S. exports to China have grown at seven times the pace of U.S. exports to the rest of the world, but continued financial sector reforms and expanded market access are needed to create more opportunity for the people of China and jobs for American workers.

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Engage China News and Activities

Press Release: Engage China Statement on Nomination of Senator Max Baucus as U.S. Ambassador to China
Tuesday, 28 January 2014
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: WASHINGTON, DC — Engage China, a coalition of 12 financial services trade associations united in support of high-level engagement with China with an emphasis on greater market access and continued financial sector reform in... Read more...
Engage China Letter to Commerce Secretary Pritzker, USTR Froman Ahead of Joint Commission on Commerce and Trade Meetings in Beijing
Tuesday, 17 December 2013
The Engage China Coalition sent a letter to U.S. Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker and United States Trade Representative Michael Froman in advance their participation in the Joint Commission on Commerce and Trade (JCCT) negotiations on December... Read more...
 

In the News

Associated Press: Senate Panel to Hold Hearing on Baucus Nomination
Wednesday, 22 January 2014
The Senate Foreign Relations Committee will hold a hearing Jan. 28 on President Barack Obama's pick of retiring Sen. Max Baucus to serve as ambassador to China.  Read more...
McKinsey: Commentary: What could happen in China in 2014?
Tuesday, 07 January 2014
The year ahead could see companies focus on driving productivity, CIOs becoming a hot commodity, shopping malls going bankrupt, and European soccer clubs finally investing in Chinese ones. McKinsey director Gordon Orr makes his annual predictions.  Read more...