US-China Economic and Security Review Commission
Trade Bulletin - The USCC Economics and Trade Bulletin is published during the first week of each month, when the U.S. Census releases its latest figures on bilateral trade between the United States and China. The bulletins objective is to analyze these data, as well as a wide range of other relevant issues pertaining to bilateral economic relations, including U.S.-China trade and investment flows and bilateral policy issues, the health of Chinas economy, and performance in key critical sectors affected by the U.S.-China relationship. (Monthly)
Annual Reports - The USCC delivers an annual update on US-China trade relations to Congress. The briefing includes a full annual report, an executive summary, and policy recommendations (Annually)
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