01 March, 2019
Caixin Global

The U.S.-China trade war may have yet to show up on many statistic sheets, but it's having a much clearer effect on business sentiment.

Most American companies say the ongoing tensions are influencing their long-term business strategies, and many are delaying their China investments, according to the latest survey of its members by the American Chamber...

01 March, 2019
China Daily

Gao made the remarks as an AmCham China report showed that China remains a high priority market for the majority of US companies surveyed, despite trade tensions.

Fifty percent of the companies surveyed are optimistic that steps will be taken to open markets further for foreign companies in Chinaļ¼the highest level since the survey was initiated in...

28 February, 2019
CGTN

China will continue to create a more attractive investment environment for foreign investors, China's Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) spokesperson Gao Feng said Wednesday.

The America Chamber of Commerce in China's (AmCham) latest survey showed that 69 percent of American companies in the country were profitable in 2018. Its members see China among...

27 February, 2019
The Strait Times

In the face of declining profitability and longstanding issues such as inconsistent regulations, American firms in China have tempered their growth and investment outlooks for this year, a new report has said.
Business optimism of these firms has also declined across the board, with growing concerns about cost and US-China tensions, said the American...

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