05 August, 2018
Xinhua

China's continued reform and opening-up is advancing with a strong momentum and being welcomed worldwide. The 2018 China Business Climate Survey Report, released by the American Chamber of Commerce in China, revealed that 74 percent of its members plan to expand investment in China, the highest percentage in recent years.

03 August, 2018
NPR

"I think that China will actually feel more pain" than the U.S., Zarit said last month. "Its economy right now is in a soft spot. Investment is down. Consumption is down. Export growth is down. But ... the Chinese Party and the government control the media as well as a good bit of the economy. So I think that if there were something that kept on going...

02 August, 2018
Live Trading News

According to the China Business Climate Survey Report 2018 by the American Chamber of Commerce in China (AmCham China), 74 percent of its members planned to expand their investment in China, the highest rate in years.

31 July, 2018
The Washington Post

William Zarit, who chairs the American Chamber of Commerce in China, tells me both the chamber and the U.S. embassy in Beijing are looking out for reports of similar experiences. Neither has noted an uptick in complaints. “It doesn’t seem to be starting in force,” he said. “Having said that, it certainly could, and I wouldn’t be totally surprised if...

next page