18 September, 2018
South China Morning Post

William Zarit, chairman of the American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham) in China, said China would be able to “dig its heels in”, preventing a short-term resolution to the trade war, and “no one will emerge victorious from this counterproductive cycle”.
Zarit said the Chinese government had plenty of measures to disrupt the operations of US firms in China...

18 September, 2018
Financial Times

This time the primary targets are components and intermediate products used across a wide range of industries. But the levies will also affect finished items, including ubiquitous products such as paper shopping bags and wooden crates. Some consumer electronic goods, chemicals and children’s products were exempted from the final list.
Bill Zarit, head...

18 September, 2018

(BEIJING) — The American Chamber of Commerce in China says Beijing will “dig its heels in” after U.S. tariff hikes and appealed for a negotiated end to their trade battle.
The chamber on Tuesday warned a “downward spiral” appears certain after President Donald Trump approved a tariff hike on $200 billion of Chinese imports in a dispute over Beijing’s...

18 September, 2018
Caixin Global

More than 30% of member companies are seeking to source components or assembly outside of China as they adjust their supply chains to avoid the impact of the tariffs, according to a joint survey released last week by Beijing-based AmCham China and AmCham Shanghai, two groups representing American businesses in the country.
A similar poll released by...

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