Some 95 per cent of firms in South China say they have no appetite to disengage from the country, according to a new AmCham survey. Photo: EPA-EFE
Some 95 per cent of firms in South China say they have no appetite to disengage from the country, according to a new AmCham survey. Photo: EPA-EFE

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

  • Firms surveyed by AmCham in South China are more positive about US-China ties in 2021 than previous years, although most think frictions will grow
  • But 95 per cent say they have no intention to decouple from China, with more than 60 per cent saying the country is still their No 1 investment destination

Some 95 per cent of firms in South China say they have no appetite to disengage from the country, according to a new AmCham survey. Photo: EPA-EFE
Some 95 per cent of firms in South China say they have no appetite to disengage from the country, according to a new AmCham survey. Photo: EPA-EFE
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