Employees on a photovoltaic solar panel assembly line at Risen Energy in Ningbo in Zhejiang province on February 21, 2019. Zhejiang Daily via Reuters Employees on a photovoltaic solar panel assembly line at Risen Energy in Ningbo in Zhejiang province on February 21, 2019. Zhejiang Daily via Reuters
Employees on a photovoltaic solar panel assembly line at Risen Energy in Ningbo in Zhejiang province on February 21, 2019. Zhejiang Daily via Reuters

Some American companies are seeking to cut their reliance on China as coronavirus outbreak disrupts production, crimps revenue

  • Revenue in China will fall in 2020 if the coronavirus continues to disrupt work through April, said half of the respondents in AmCham China’s survey
  • Some US companies are shifting out of China, with 28 per cent polled saying they are setting up, or using alternative supply chains, according to a separate survey by AmCham Singapore

Topic |   China economy
Employees on a photovoltaic solar panel assembly line at Risen Energy in Ningbo in Zhejiang province on February 21, 2019. Zhejiang Daily via Reuters Employees on a photovoltaic solar panel assembly line at Risen Energy in Ningbo in Zhejiang province on February 21, 2019. Zhejiang Daily via Reuters
Employees on a photovoltaic solar panel assembly line at Risen Energy in Ningbo in Zhejiang province on February 21, 2019. Zhejiang Daily via Reuters
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