08 June, 2017
Reuters

William Zarit, Chairman of the American Chamber of Commerce in China, said the Chinese leadership wants to go into the congress "without any major difficulties in the trade area with the U.S.."

"So, I'm actually hoping that this can be a positive for coming up with some measures that will address the fairness and reciprocal treatment issues," Zarit...

07 June, 2017
Quartz

Promises to safeguard “privacy” ring hollow given these circumstances. The American Chamber of Commerce in China writes that despite claims about safeguarding data, “there is little to prevent security authorities from interpreting the law as providing expansive access to private information, trade secrets, intellectual property, or internal business...

03 June, 2017
Fortune

Leaders of global firms operating in China say doing business there has become far more difficult in the five years since Xi became president. A recent survey by the American Chamber of Commerce in China found that more than 81% of its members feel China has become "less welcoming" to foreign businesses, up from 41% who felt that in 2013.

01 June, 2017
The Straits Times

Earlier this year, a poll by the American Chamber of Commerce in China revealed similar sentiments. In this poll, four out of five companies said they felt less welcome in China than before and 55 per cent of respondents said foreign firms were treated unfairly.

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