U.S. China Policy Foundation

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The U.S. China Policy Foundation, also known by USCPF, is an American non-governmental organization that works to improve United States-China relations. The group believes that specific misunderstandings and mis-perceptions within both countries inhibit co-operation, and it seeks to discuss those.[1] The group states that it does not advocate foreign policy decisions and does not try to influence government decisions.[2]

Activities and history[edit]

The late American ambassadors John H. Holdridge and Arthur Hummel, Jr. founded the group with Chi Wang in 1995.[1][3] Throughout the 1990s and onwards, it assisted American businesses trying to work with the Chinese.[4]


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