13 September, 2018
Financial Times

More than 60 per cent of US companies operating in China have been hurt by US and Chinese tariffs imposed on $50bn worth of exports from both countries, according to a survey by the US chambers of commerce in Beijing and Shanghai. 
The survey by AmCham China and AmCham Shanghai, based on responses from more than 430 companies, showed that an even...

13 September, 2018
The Seattle Times

The chairman of the American Chamber of Commerce in China warned the Trump administration might be underestimating China’s resolve to fight back.
“The U.S. administration runs the risk of a downward spiral of attack and counterattack, benefiting no one,” William Zarit said in the statement.

13 September, 2018
ABC News

"American companies are suffering both from China's retaliatory tariffs, and — ironically — from U.S. tariffs designed to harm the Chinese economy," the two chambers said in a statement. "AmCham China and AmCham Shanghai urge both governments to return to the negotiating table."
The chairman of the American Chamber of Commerce in China warned the Trump...

13 September, 2018

A recent joint survey from the American Chamber of Commerce China and the American Chamber of Commerce Shanghai found that many U.S. businesses in China are already feeling the negative impact from the initial $50 billion worth of tariffs from either country. Similarly, while Beijing holds firm, many Chinese companies are also acknowledging their worry...

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