Founded in 1993 in St. Louis by a group of Chinese and American businessmen led by Prescott S. Bush, Jr. and with initial funding from several major corporations and its Directors, the United States of America-China Chamber of Commerce has evolved and grown into a well recognized non-profit, bi-national membership organization with representation in major cities both in the U.S. and China. With a membership of over 350 corporations and professionals, the USCCC has broadened its reach with the addition of new members, and the participation of companies and professionals from various parts of the world. USCCC also works with other organizations and government entities of other nations to promote trade and investment activities among the U.S., China, and other countries with an emphasis on emerging economies.
The late Prescott Bush, Founder and Chairman Emeritus of USCCC, and His Excellency, Premier Zhu Rongji
President George H.W. Bush, Siva Yam, President of USCCC, and the late Prescott Bush, Founder and Chairman Emeritus of USCCC