06 June, 2018
Financial Times

‘’[The law] runs the risk of handicapping international scientific research in the exaggerated interest of national security and industrial policy, ‘’said Lester Ross, head of the policy committee at the American Chamber of Commerce in China and a partner at law firm Wilmer Hale.

04 June, 2018

William Zarit, chairman of the American Chamber of Commerce in China, speaks about how U.S. companies operate in China.

04 June, 2018

William Zarit: … I think market access is the real essence of our problem. We talk about deficits. We talk about IPR. The market access having - U.S. companies having similar access or reciprocal access to Chinese markets so that both U.S. and Chinese have pretty much fair access to each other's trade markets and investment markets. The U.S. is quite...

01 June, 2018

William Zarit: Market access is both trade and investment . And to have reciprocal market access in general, US market is open, Chinese market less open. And one area that we really need to focus on – the number one challenge of US businesses in China is an opaque and non-transparent regulatory environment and inconsistent enforcement of rules and regulations....

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