The optimism about China’s economy is shared by the international enterprises doing business here. Last year, China broke records on both foreign trade and foreign direct investment, with the number of new foreign enterprises growing by 70 percent. In its latest business climate survey, the American Chamber of Commerce in China said that 62 percent of its members saw China as one of their top three global priority areas for investment. Against the backdrop of lackluster global growth, many international enterprises see the logic in securing their place in the world’s second-largest economy.