[CGTN] Yellen in China: Amcham President: Chinese market remains attractive to U.S. firms

The American business community has welcomed the visit by Secretary Yellen to China, citing it as a positive indicator for trade. Michael Hart, the President of the American Chamber of Commerce in China, shared in an interview with Zheng Chunying his perspective on the key role that the Chinese market plays for the U.S., despite the current tensions between the two nations.

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AmCham’s Hart said there seems to be “mixed messaging,” as demonstrated by the government’s raids on American business consultancies in recent months. “We hear China wants foreign investment,” Hart said. “On the other hand, we hear about these raids.” The chamber, Hart said, had raised the raids with the authorities, asking for transparency but it has not received any feedback so far.

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[Forbes] Elon Musk Visit To Beijing Highlights Business Role In U.S.-China Ties — AmCham China President

The appearance of Tesla billionaire entrepreneur icon Elon Musk in Beijing this week underscores the continuing importance of the China market to the U.S. amid geopolitical and military strains between the two countries, as well as the key role of businesses in Sino-U.S. ties, American Chamber of Commerce in China President Michael Hart said in an interview.