Advice from former Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson Jr.: Speak with one voice, avoid surprises and compete from a position of strength.
South China Morning Post: US Treasury Secretary Jack Lew presses China to open markets in Beijing talks
United States Treasury Secretary Jack Lew has pressed China to open its markets further by removing restrictions on technology transfers in talks with Chinese vice-premier Wang Yang.
Senior Chinese and United States officials will meet next week in Chicago for a high-level forum to address bilateral trade and investment issues and promote business opportunities. The Chinese delegation to the 25th session of the China-US Joint Commission on Commerce and Trade from Dec 16 to 18 will be led by Vice-premier Wang Yang on the Chinese side. From the US side, the team will be led by Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker and US Trade Representative Michael Froman.
U.S. businesses are hoping for a pledge from American and Chinese officials at talks in Chicago next week to move ahead quickly on a planned investment pact between the two countries.
United States Trade Representative Michael Froman discusses trade's key role in the U.S. economy on CNBC's Squawk Box.
President Obama to focus on economy, Asia policy during travel next week to China, Myanmar, Australia
President Barack Obama will focus on the global economy and U.S. policy toward the Asia-Pacific region during stops next week in China, Myanmar and Australia.
China’s pledge to let the market play a decisive role in the economy is compelling, but there’s been little progress so far in turning this goal into reality, according to a U.S.-based business group. [...]
BEIJING—Chinese leaders are discussing replacing the central bank chief amid disagreements over the direction of financial policy, raising questions over how quickly and deeply Beijing wants to remake the economy amid slowing growth.
President Barack Obama's upcoming visit to China will be an "important milestone" in relations, the top White House national security aide said Monday at a meeting with officials in Beijing.
A year after the Shanghai free-trade zone was launched as an enclave of financial deregulation, the disappointment is palpable, with scant progress on loosening capital controls or liberalising interest rates.