The United States of America-China Chamber of Commerce (USCCC) is a not-for-profit, bi-national membership organization dedicated to developing increased U.S.-China trade and investment activities by assisting American and Chinese companies, professionals and the general public to better understand the business environments and cultural traditions relevant to successfully doing business in both countries.
The USCCC conducts a wide range of activities: such as seminars, conferences, workshops, executive briefings, trade missions and networking events. These activities facilitate a deeper understanding of the technological, economic, financial, demographic and cultural trends that are critical for successful economic development between the U.S. and China.
The USCCC also aids both American and Chinese companies in locating business partners for trade and investments, and provides important governmental and business introductions for companies of all sizes in the U.S. and in China.
Alderman Edward Burke of Chicago, Prescott Bush, Founder and Chairman Emeritus of USCCC, and Siva Yam, President of USCCC
First Annual U.S.-China Trade Conference. Bill Wiggenhorn Former President of Motorola University Shared Motorola's Various Roles In Helping Chinese Companies To Develop Into World Class Manufacturers