Timothy Stratford of AmCham China says economic issues can get "intermingled" with national security ones in ways that "greatly complicate" the U.S.-China trade dispute.
AmCham China’s 2019 China Business Climate Survey Report noted that 59 percent of the more than 300 American companies it interviewed said that China’s enforcement of intellectual property rights had improved over the last five years; 37 percent said it had stayed the same.
Tim Stratford, Chairman of the American Chamber of Commerce in China, is invited to have a conversation with Liu Xin to discuss about tariff impact on U.S. business.
“They’re really determined to go in a different direction,” said Timothy Stratford, chairman of the American Chamber of Commerce in China and a former U.S. diplomat in Beijing. “The U.S. is recalibrating its policy toward China.”