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US companies continue to see growth in China amid uncertainties

Samantha Chiew
Samantha Chiew2/26/2019 11:39 AM GMT+08  • 3 min read
US companies continue to see growth in China amid uncertainties
SINGAPORE (Feb 26): Despite ongoing trade tensions between the US and China, the Asian economic giant remains to be a high priority market for most companies, although many seem to be tempering their investment plans.
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SINGAPORE (Feb 26): Despite ongoing trade tensions between the US and China, the Asian economic giant remains to be a high priority market for most companies, although many seem to be tempering their investment plans.

In addition, overall outlook on the China market has also shifted to cautious pessimism from cautious optimism, as many longstanding concerns take centrestage. Survey results also suggest that the full impact of the trade tariffs has yet to be felt, with some companies maintaining a “wait and see” attitude.

The findings were part of the results from a new survey – 2019 China Business Climate Survey Report – released by the American Chamber of Commerce in China (AmCham China) in partnership with Deloitte.

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