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New Era For Investment

Amid the complicated business environment and political uncertainties under the new US administration, Chinese companies continue to be optimistic about investing in the US market

Business Climate Survey

The China General Chamber of Commerce-USA (CGCC), the organisation representing over 1,500 Chinese enterprises investing and operating in the US, has released a new business climate survey of members. The study found that the complexity of China-US relations has replaced high labour costs as the top challenge for Chinese companies in the US at a time of administration transition.

But Chinese companies surveyed said they felt the US regulatory and business environment had become fairer and more transparent. Most of them have maintained their market share in the US for the past year, and plan to increase their investment and hire more local staff, which showed that Chinese companies have become more competitive and confident in the US market.

This year was the fourth time CGCC have run the survey. The companies surveyed have invested in a broad range of industries including manufacturing, the wholesale trade, real estate, finance, transportation and energy.

Balance Sheet

The US is one of the favourite destinations for Chinese investors for its high revenue returns, long-term political stability and business efficiency. The CGCC survey results showed that Chinese companies in the US have generally undergone rapid growth over the past several years.

Half of Chinese companies surveyed witnessed a revenue increase in each of the four years from 2013 to 2016, and 86 percent believe their revenue will grow in the upcoming three to five years. What’s more, 87 percent of companies surveyed maintained or increased their profit margins in 2016. At least 53 percent of companies maintained their market share and 61 percent increased their business activities.

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