USHCA Attends The Carter Center Forum Honoring President Jimmy Carter

On January 9th and 10th, 2024, USHCA representatives attended the Forum in Honor of Jimmy Carter & the 45th Anniversary of U.S.-China Relations. The Carter Center hosted this event to commemorate the leadership and foresight of President Jimmy Carter who worked in partnership with Vice Premier Deng Xiaoping to reestablish ties between the U.S. and China in 1979.

USHCA Hosts Hubei Delegation in Chicago

On December 4th, 2023, USHCA had the honor of hosting a delegation from Hubei in Chicago, Illinois. The delegation, led by Director General Xiang Keqiang of the province’s Agricultural Development Center, visited the Heartland to meet with USHCA and explore opportunities for agricultural trade cooperation between the U.S. and Hubei Province.

U.S. Heartland Mayors Bridge the Mississippi and Yangtze communities with Historic China Visit

Jefferson City, MO (November 24, 2023) – download a .pdf version of this press release In the first such visit since the pandemic; the U.S. Heartland China Association (USHCA) led a bipartisan delegation of six U.S. mayors representing communities along …

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USHCA Co-Organizes 2023 CGCC-Chicago Gala

On Monday, November 20th, 2023, close to 800 attendees from both the U.S. and China attended the China General Chamber of Commerce U.S.A. – Chicago (CGCC-Chicago)’s 7th Annual Gala, to explore business and investment opportunities in the Heartland Region. The gala, themed “Let’s Move Forward,” was co-organized by CGCC-Chicago, World Business Chicago, and USHCA.

Globalization of RMB & The Future of International Trade

USHCA is excited to bring two leading experts Diana Choyleva, Chief Economist at Enodo Economics, and David Dollar, Senior Fellow for Foreign Policy – John L. Thornton China Center at the Brookings Institute, to speak about their views on the outlook and the timing of such a roll out and the globalization of RMB’s impact on international trade—especially agricultural trade—and how the other countries, including the U.S., may counter.

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