Gazing into the future of American business in China

On 31/07/2013 by Site Default

The sixth-floor windows of the American Chamber of Commerce in China face onto Beijing’s boxy CCTV tower. I met Christian Murck, the chamber’s outgoing president, on a clear enough day to make out the tower’s outline from the conference room, though many days the smog can be thick enough to render it invisible from only a few blocks away. Air pollution, a growing and complex economy, a rapidly urbanizing population — these are all challenges that the Chinese leadership, from its seat in this capital city, confronts as it works through the first year of a new administration. They are also challenges the American business community tackles as its presence and investment increase in China…


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