30 January, 2018
Global Times

While the US business community appears more confident about China's further opening-up to foreign investment, it is equally important that the country improves policy enforcement so that foreign companies can truly understand and benefit from China's reform and opening-up.

30 January, 2018
Washington Post

Zarit said U.S. companies do not want to see a trade war develop because it would obviously undermine their business in China.

30 January, 2018
Caixin

Sentiment among U.S. businesses in China rebounded last year as worries eased over potential for rising tensions under President Donald Trump, though concerns remained about rising labor costs and the regulatory environment, according to an annual survey by a major American business association.

30 January, 2018
Reuters

The American Chamber of Commerce in China also said in a report on its annual membership survey “even-handed enforcement of laws and regulations regardless of shareholder nationality” and an open investment environment were needed to reduce trade frictions between China and the United States.

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