26 February, 2019
Wall Street Journal

BEIJING—U.S. companies are planning their lowest rate of expansion in China since 2016 in response to growing uncertainty about U.S.-China relations and a slowing Chinese economy, according to a survey by the American Chamber of Commerce in China.

About 32% of 314 U.S. companies that responded said they have no plans to expand investment in China...

26 February, 2019
Nikkei Asian Review

"China has made doing our type of business, which partly involves importing agricultural products into China, more difficult every year since I have been coming to China," said an unnamed senior manager in the survey published on Tuesday by the American Chamber of Commerce in China. "They, the Chinese government, make us do various tasks that have no...

26 February, 2019
Channel News Asia

US companies in China forecast a gloomy year ahead, with many worrying about a deterioration in bilateral trade ties and nearly a quarter delaying investments, a business survey showed on Tuesday (Feb 26).

The survey of 314 US businesses by the American Chamber of Commerce in China provided a full accounting of challenges American business face after...

26 February, 2019
Xinhua Net

BEIJING, Feb. 26 (Xinhua) -- A new survey released Tuesday by the American Chamber of Commerce in China (AmCham China) said that China remained a high priority market for the majority of companies, despite challenges.
Most American companies in China continue to see their revenues grow, although financial performance has softened compared with previous...

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