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Coronavirus: most US firms in China still struggling with travel disruptions as pandemic fallout continues

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]More than a third of US companies operating in China plan on scaling back investment in the world’s second largest economy in light of the coronavirus pandemic, while nine in 10 are still facing travel disruptions six months after the virus was identified in the city of Wuhan, a survey showed on Friday. However, rising tensions between the US and China had not caused “a direct negative” effect on American firms, according to the American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham) in China. Some 37 per cent…

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More than a third of US companies operating in China plan on scaling back investment in the world’s second largest economy in light of the coronavirus pandemic, while nine in 10 are still facing travel disruptions six months after the virus was identified in the city of Wuhan, a survey showed on Friday. However, rising tensions between the US and China had not caused “a direct negative” effect on American firms, according to the American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham) in China. Some 37 per cent…

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