Overall, 83 per cent of respondents said they would maintain their existing manufacturing and sourcing in China in 2021, the same level as last year’s survey, with a mere 2 per cent saying they were considering reshoring their production or operations back to the US. Photo: Bloomberg Overall, 83 per cent of respondents said they would maintain their existing manufacturing and sourcing in China in 2021, the same level as last year’s survey, with a mere 2 per cent saying they were considering reshoring their production or operations back to the US. Photo: Bloomberg
Overall, 83 per cent of respondents said they would maintain their existing manufacturing and sourcing in China in 2021, the same level as last year’s survey, with a mere 2 per cent saying they were considering reshoring their production or operations back to the US. Photo: Bloomberg

US-China relations: investment environment improving for American firms, AmCham survey shows

  • Only 12 per cent of the 345 US firms surveyed by the American Chamber of Commerce in China said the investment environment was deteriorating
  • This represented the lowest proportion since the question was first introduced in the 2012 survey

Topic |   US-China relations
Overall, 83 per cent of respondents said they would maintain their existing manufacturing and sourcing in China in 2021, the same level as last year’s survey, with a mere 2 per cent saying they were considering reshoring their production or operations back to the US. Photo: Bloomberg Overall, 83 per cent of respondents said they would maintain their existing manufacturing and sourcing in China in 2021, the same level as last year’s survey, with a mere 2 per cent saying they were considering reshoring their production or operations back to the US. Photo: Bloomberg
Overall, 83 per cent of respondents said they would maintain their existing manufacturing and sourcing in China in 2021, the same level as last year’s survey, with a mere 2 per cent saying they were considering reshoring their production or operations back to the US. Photo: Bloomberg
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