The Wall Street Journal

China’s years of 10% average growth, driven by exports and high levels of investment, had to end at some point. The question was always when and how. As the economy has shifted toward services and consumption, the government has sought to guide growth and expectations down to a more sustainable “new normal.” Our survey data reflect this.

So while plans for new investments are lower than before, U.S. firms are nevertheless making the best of their presence in China.