26 February, 2019
US News & World Report

BEIJING (Reuters) - A top U.S. business lobby in China said on Tuesday that a majority of its member companies favored the United States retaining tariffs on Chinese goods while Washington and Beijing try to hammer out a deal to end a months-long trade war.

The American Chamber of Commerce in China also said over the past year substantially more...

26 February, 2019
CNBC

The American Chamber of Commerce in China said Tuesday that 59 percent of its members believe Beijing has improved its enforcement of intellectual property protection in the last five years. The survey of 314 member company representatives between Nov. 13 and Dec. 16 also found more members said enforcement in trademark and brand protection improved...

26 February, 2019
CNBC

The American Chamber of Commerce in China said in a statement Monday that it's pleased with the latest developments on trade, but "what is common among all of our members is the desire to progress on the fundamental underlying issues, which will be necessary if a long-term solution is to be found."
The chamber cited a survey of its members last week...

26 February, 2019
The Washington Post

BEIJING — 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 remains general support for President Trump's tough approach...

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