Erin  Ennis

Erin Ennis

Erin Ennis has been Senior Vice President of the US-China Business Council (USCBC) since February 2015, after serving as Vice President for 10 years. She directs USCBC’s government affairs and advocacy work and oversees USCBC’s Business Advisory Services. Founded in 1973, USCBC provides extensive China-focused information, advisory, and advocacy services, to more than 215 US corporations. She is a cleared advisor as part of the US Government’s International Trade Advisory Committee (ITAC) system.

Prior to joining USCBC, Ennis worked at Kissinger McLarty Associates, assisting clients on trade matters, primarily in Vietnam and Japan. At the Office of the US Trade Representative from 1996 to 2000, Ennis worked in Congressional Affairs on Asia issues, and as assistant to Deputy US Trade Representative Richard Fisher. From 1992 to 1996, Ennis was a legislative aide to then-US Senator John Breaux, working on international trade and commerce issues.

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Erin Ennis joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the significant advantages the U.S. and China can accrue from entering into a mutually beneficial trade agreement, and how it would also benefit the global economy.
Erin Ennis joins Jim Blasingame to offer her analysis of how President Trump is doing as he attempts to build a trade relationship with China that is fair for the U.S., including whether tariffs are a useful tool.
Erin Ennis joins Jim Blasingame to reveal some of the issues that the U.S. is facing in trying to achieve a level playing field with China, including dealing with disparate interests, ethics and values.