20 March, 2018
South China Morning Post

The American Chamber of Commerce in China welcomed Li’s pledge to provide more market access and improve intellectual property protection, but it also called on the government to move quickly on reforms.

“Trade wars have a history of not ending well. After years of bilateral negotiations with only incremental progress, the US seems to feel it is...

09 March, 2018
Los Angeles Times

The American Chamber of Commerce in China has warned that officials could respond against punitive American actions by targeting swathes of the U.S. that resonate with Trump, particularly agricultural areas in the Midwest. Experts point to soybeans, one of America's top exports to China, as a possible target for retaliation. Leaders also could embrace...

06 March, 2018
Xinhua

In January a survey by the American Chamber of Commerce in China showed that 76 percent of its members believe China's investment environment is improving or remaining stable.

"We will strengthen alignment with international business rules, and foster a world-class business environment," Premier Li Keqiang said in a government work report delivered...

06 March, 2018
South China Morning Post

Beijing’s cybersecurity regulations are a big source of concern for foreign businesses in China, a survey by the American Chamber of Commerce in South China has found.

Most of the 215 foreign firms polled said the country’s tax regime, land acquisition policy and cybersecurity law were all headaches, according to a white paper and report on the...

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