18 September, 2018
BBC News

And while others may not go quite so far, there is some truth to the notion that China hasn't been completely transparent in opening up its economy the way it committed to under the World Trade Organization, says William Zarit, president of the American Chamber of Commerce in Beijing.
"A market can be open officially and yet there are still barriers,"...

14 September, 2018

The survey of more than 430 AmCham China and AmCham Shanghai member companies, including 36 in automotive and transportation, was conducted between Aug. 29 and Sept. 5.
Members of AmCham China include local branches of General Motors, Ford, BMW, Goodyear and Harley-Davidson, according to the chamber's website. AmCham Shanghai does not publicly disclose...

14 September, 2018

But that might not last long if Trump goes ahead with the new round of tariffs. According to a survey of American business people in China conducted two weeks ago by the American Chamber of Commerce there, if the new tariffs go ahead, the number of companies that will be affected will increase sharply.

14 September, 2018
Taipei Times

Chamber president Alan Beebe said the poll would provide officials in Washington and Beijing with facts on how the tariffs are playing out.
Beebe said that could be the consequences of price increases or the psychology of how people make purchasing decisions.
“Chinese customers just see too much uncertainty around buying American and as a result they...

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