26 February, 2019
People's Daily

China remains a high priority market for the majority of companies; the American Chamber of Commerce in China (AmCham China) said its members continue to see improvements in the quality of China's investment environment, gaining 14 percentage points more than the low point in 2016.
Aerospace and healthcare services plus retail and distribution sub-sectors...

26 February, 2019
Miami Herald (source: AP)

American companies want President Donald Trump's negotiations with Beijing to win them real improvements in their access to Chinese markets, not just a smaller overall U.S. trade deficit, a business group said Tuesday.
Companies that responded to a questionnaire last week want an end to Chinese pressure to hand over technology, unequal enforcement...

26 February, 2019
Channel News Asia

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26 February, 2019
Global Times

Amid the China-US trade war, most American companies saw their profitability decline in China in 2018. But the nation remained a high-priority market for the majority of US companies, a survey showed on Tuesday.

China ranked as a first or top-three priority in 62 percent of members' near-term global investment plans, according to a survey released...

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