Only 4.3 per cent of AmCham Shanghai’s members plan to move parts of their operations back to the United States, despite bilateral tensions between Washington and Beijing. Photo: AP Only 4.3 per cent of AmCham Shanghai’s members plan to move parts of their operations back to the United States, despite bilateral tensions between Washington and Beijing. Photo: AP
Only 4.3 per cent of AmCham Shanghai’s members plan to move parts of their operations back to the United States, despite bilateral tensions between Washington and Beijing. Photo: AP

Trump has called on US firms to leave China, but no mass exodus among ‘well-rooted’ companies

  • The American Chamber of Commerce Shanghai’s annual member survey shows US firms are adapting to the volatile geopolitical situation
  • While few are planning to leave China, a third have found it difficult to retain Chinese staff due to the US-China tensions

Topic |   US-China decoupling
Only 4.3 per cent of AmCham Shanghai’s members plan to move parts of their operations back to the United States, despite bilateral tensions between Washington and Beijing. Photo: AP Only 4.3 per cent of AmCham Shanghai’s members plan to move parts of their operations back to the United States, despite bilateral tensions between Washington and Beijing. Photo: AP
Only 4.3 per cent of AmCham Shanghai’s members plan to move parts of their operations back to the United States, despite bilateral tensions between Washington and Beijing. Photo: AP
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