27 February, 2019
Boston Globe

US companies hit by tariffs in China generally support Trump's approach
Two-thirds of American companies operating in China have experienced disruptions to their business as a result of the protracted trade war between the world's two largest economies, according to a survey by the American Chamber of Commerce in China released Tuesday. Still, there...

27 February, 2019
AP

American companies want President Donald Trump's negotiations with Beijing to win them real improvements in their access to Chinese markets, not just a smaller overall U.S. trade deficit, a business group said Tuesday.

Companies that responded to a questionnaire last week want an end to Chinese pressure to hand over technology, unequal enforcement...

27 February, 2019
ABC News

American companies want President Donald Trump's negotiations with Beijing to win them real improvements in their access to Chinese markets, not just a smaller overall U.S. trade deficit, a business group said Tuesday.

Companies that responded to a questionnaire last week want an end to Chinese pressure to hand over technology, unequal enforcement...

27 February, 2019
New York Times

But those critics have been divided over the president’s choice of tariffs as his favored weapon. In a report released by the American Chamber of Commerce in China this week, companies reported declining optimism about their ability to operate in China and cited “bilateral tensions” as a top challenge.

On Wednesday, both Democrats and Republicans...

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