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US-China relations: companies in south China have no appetite for decoupling, but expect tensions to grow, says AmCham

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Most small and medium-sized companies operating in China’s south plan to stay in the country despite concerns that frictions between Beijing and Washington are likely to grow this year, according to a new survey from the American Chamber of Commerce in South China.Although companies are slightly more positive about the relationship in 2021 than previous years, some 86 per cent of businesses believed the US-China trade dispute is “very likely” or “probably” likely to expand, said the special…

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Most small and medium-sized companies operating in China’s south plan to stay in the country despite concerns that frictions between Beijing and Washington are likely to grow this year, according to a new survey from the American Chamber of Commerce in South China.Although companies are slightly more positive about the relationship in 2021 than previous years, some 86 per cent of businesses believed the US-China trade dispute is “very likely” or “probably” likely to expand, said the special…

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