China Makes American Businesses Feel Unwanted

Discriminatory government policies and inconsistent legal treatment are making more American businesses feel unwanted in China, reports an Agence France-Presse article published by the South China Morning Post.

 

Citing a survey released by the American Chamber of Commerce, AFP notes that 38% of the 203 respondents say they felt unwelcome to do business in the mainland market, up from 26% in the fourth quarter of 2009.

 

The American businesses cited inconsistent regulatory interpretation and judicial treatment as some of the major concerns.
 

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