06 February, 2018
The Washington Post

Farmers and ranchers have long feared they might become the first victims of any trade war between China and the United States. Just last week, the American Chamber of Commerce in China warned that agricultural and aircraft imports would be most at risk of retaliation from Chinese officials, should Trump adopt tariffs.

06 February, 2018
Caixin Global

The upcoming Year of the Dog isn’t exactly barking out a strong welcome for foreign firms in China. According to the latest edition of the annual “2018 China Business Climate Survey Report,” released by AmCham China last week, some 75% of respondents said they feel less welcome in China than in the past — not a very positive indicator for this key survey...

02 February, 2018

China in particular is in Trump’s crosshairs and might well fight back against any effort to restrict its exports. “I have been told by certain officials that yes, definitely, there will be retaliation” from China if the U.S. slaps new tariffs on Chinese-made products, William Zarit, chairman of the American Chamber of Commerce in China, said at a briefing...

30 January, 2018

Confidence within the U.S. business community toward China's economy is strengthening, despite concerns about the regulatory environment, according to a survey released Tuesday.

The survey, conducted by the American Chamber of Commerce in China (AmCham-China) in partnership with Bain & Company, also showed increasing optimism in U.S.-China relations...

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