The study, US-China Economic Relations in the Next Ten Years: Towards Deeper Engagement and Mutual Benefit, was released on Tuesday at an event at the Asia Society in New York City.
The future military relationship between the world's two largest economies requires "a lot of work on both sides", with miscommunication and miscalculation being areas to avoid.
A firetruck-manufacturing venture involving China's Brilliance Auto and two US makers of firefighting vehicles could help China more effectively combat high-rise fires.
Getting married in the world's most populous country is big business. About $57 billion is spent annually on 10 million weddings in China.
When Anchee Min came to the US in 1984, she spoke little English. She had barely slipped through on a student visa granted by an American consul impressed with her "crazy determination".
Two years ago, the Confucius Institute at Pfeiffer University in North Carolina initiated a trial calligraphy immersion course in a K-8 language school to accelerate their learning of the Chinese language.
In June 1973, a group of 10 swimmers and divers from the United States embarked on an unusual trip to China intended to foster, through sports, the two countries' nascent relationship just a year after President Richard Nixon's historic visit.
Connecticut-based Otis Elevator Co has won a contract for Goldin Finance 117, a high-rise building in the northern Chinese metropolis of Tianjin, the company's president said.
Baidu is the dominant search engine in China. But for any non-Chinese business pining to capture a smidgeon of the Middle Kingdom market, there is a massive obstacle: The search giant's ad management system is only available in Chinese.
The United States will continue to advance US-China relations and the world will benefit from a "stable and prosperous" China, a senior US diplomat said in Hong Kong Wednesday.
As the accusations surrounding Huawei and ZTE and their business expansion across the US mount, it is time to cast an objective eye on the situation.