Timothy Stratford, chairman of the American Chamber of Commerce, said, "Since the 1980s, I have seen many foreign companies invest in Tianjin, and now about 180 US companies have businesses in Tianjin."
Among US companies taking part in the China business climate survey published by the American Chamber of Commerce in China, the technology and telecommunications, automotive and services sectors were among the most pessimistic about US-China relations.
Despite the tensions with the U.S., more than 80 percent of member companies with the American Chamber of Commerce in China reported they expected to see economic growth in 2019, but at a lower level than government estimates.
Many US elites in the business and academic circles have publicly opposed the US' tariff policy. The American Chamber of Commerce in China and National Committee on United States-China Relations have organized former US politicians and transnational enterprises' senior managers to visit China to find a way to resolve the issue. US-China Business Council...