30 January, 2019

As part of a list of recommendations for the US negotiating team, the American Chamber of Commerce in China said: "An interlocking set of policies … results in foreign companies being coerced or induced to transfer technology as a precondition for market access, or denied market access if they fail to do so."

30 January, 2019
Wall Street Journal

Foreign business groups such as the American Chamber of Commerce in China and the U.S.-China Business Council say they are now at a disadvantage under the legislature's new timetable.
Those two business groups are still gathering input from their member companies and plan to submit feedback to authorities just before the official comment period ends...

29 January, 2019
South China Morning Post

“We view this as a positive development and we welcome efforts to transform China's investment regime," said Alan Beebe, president of the American Chamber of Commerce in China.

“China always maintains that foreign companies are treated just as Chinese companies are treated. If that's the case, do we need a foreign-investment law in the first pla...

29 January, 2019
The Washington Post

Lester Ross, a long-standing member of the American Chamber of Commerce in Beijing and head of law firm Wilmer Hale's practice in the city, said the Chinese leadership wants to go through with this week's negotiations and seek a deal at a time when its economic engine is sputtering.

“The Chinese seem determined to carry on with the trade track despite...

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