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US firms expect leaner times in China as trade war grinds on

Energy Daily Thursday, 12 September 2019 ()
US firms expect leaner times in China as trade war grinds onShanghai (AFP) Sept 11, 2019

American businesses are increasingly pessimistic about their prospects in China as the US trade war rumbles on, with growing numbers of companies expecting their revenues and investment in the local market to shrink, a survey said on Wednesday. The American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai's annual China Business Report also found that 75 percent of US firms opposed the US use of punitive tar
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