China’s Yangshan port in Shanghai. CFOs of companies in the Asia-Pacific region are optimistic the business climate in the US for foreign firms will pick up, a survey finds. Photo: AFP China’s Yangshan port in Shanghai. CFOs of companies in the Asia-Pacific region are optimistic the business climate in the US for foreign firms will pick up, a survey finds. Photo: AFP
China’s Yangshan port in Shanghai. CFOs of companies in the Asia-Pacific region are optimistic the business climate in the US for foreign firms will pick up, a survey finds. Photo: AFP

Asia-Pacific executives see improving US business climate as some of the fire goes out of the China trade dispute

A survey finds that 62 per cent of chief financial officers in the Asia-Pacific are optimistic over the US business environment, though they also see a risk that tensions with China could suddenly flare up again

Topic |   US-China trade war
China’s Yangshan port in Shanghai. CFOs of companies in the Asia-Pacific region are optimistic the business climate in the US for foreign firms will pick up, a survey finds. Photo: AFP China’s Yangshan port in Shanghai. CFOs of companies in the Asia-Pacific region are optimistic the business climate in the US for foreign firms will pick up, a survey finds. Photo: AFP
China’s Yangshan port in Shanghai. CFOs of companies in the Asia-Pacific region are optimistic the business climate in the US for foreign firms will pick up, a survey finds. Photo: AFP
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