Bad Weather: US Firms in China – AmCham-China’s 2010 Business Climate Survey Results

Bad Weather: US Firms in China – AmCham-China’s 2010 Business Climate Survey Results
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“The American Chamber of Commerce in China (ACCC) found 38% of its members felt unwelcome, from 26% last quarter. Companies surveyed by the ACCC cited claims that Beijing wanted to squeeze foreign technology companies out of the multi-billion dollar market for selling computers and office equipment to government departments. New rules stipulate sellers of high-tech goods must contain Chinese intellectual property as part of an “indigenous innovation” campaign, in order for them to be included in a government procurement catalogue.”

AmCham-China’s 2010 Business Climate Survey Results:
The Current Business Landscape
9:30 – 11:30 AM, Friday, April 2 – Peninsula Hotel Beijing

Useful links and downloads:

• “The Business Climate for American Firms in China” from the 2009 White Paper
• Entire 2009 White Paper
• Findings of the 2009 Business Climate Survey in China Brief
• Presentation slides of the 2009 Business Climate Survey

Sources:

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/business/8579528.stm
http://www.amchamchina.org/event/537

Photo: American and Chinese flags by felibrilu / FlickR