Chinese Vice-Premier Liu He and US President Donald Trump signing the phase-one trade agreement at the White House in Washington on January 15. Even with the deal now done, American businesses remain unsure whether to invest in China. Photo: Xinhua Chinese Vice-Premier Liu He and US President Donald Trump signing the phase-one trade agreement at the White House in Washington on January 15. Even with the deal now done, American businesses remain unsure whether to invest in China. Photo: Xinhua
Chinese Vice-Premier Liu He and US President Donald Trump signing the phase-one trade agreement at the White House in Washington on January 15. Even with the deal now done, American businesses remain unsure whether to invest in China. Photo: Xinhua

A roadshow’s memo to US companies: China is still open for business

  • Even with a phase one trade deal in place, traditional diplomatic and business channels have been reined in or compromised
  • ‘There must be an information channel that’s current and reliable,’ an organiser of corporate presentations says

Topic |   US-China trade war
Chinese Vice-Premier Liu He and US President Donald Trump signing the phase-one trade agreement at the White House in Washington on January 15. Even with the deal now done, American businesses remain unsure whether to invest in China. Photo: Xinhua Chinese Vice-Premier Liu He and US President Donald Trump signing the phase-one trade agreement at the White House in Washington on January 15. Even with the deal now done, American businesses remain unsure whether to invest in China. Photo: Xinhua
Chinese Vice-Premier Liu He and US President Donald Trump signing the phase-one trade agreement at the White House in Washington on January 15. Even with the deal now done, American businesses remain unsure whether to invest in China. Photo: Xinhua
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