02 March, 2019
CGTN

The latest Business Climate Survey from the American Chamber of Commerce in China (AmCham) showed that 65 percent of its member companies were influenced by trade tensions when making longer-term business strategies. In the meantime, nearly a quarter of companies surveyed are delaying additional investments in China.
“Companies are going to take a...

01 March, 2019
ECNS

China will continue its efforts to open up the economy and reduce market access restrictions on foreign investment, the Ministry of Commerce said.

"The country will continue to optimize the environment for foreign investment, improve the transparency of market supervision and better protect foreign companies operating in China," said Gao Feng, the...

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 China-the highest level since the survey was initiated in...

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