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Most US firms have no plans to leave China due to coronavirus: Survey

A total of 68 per cent firms reported that demand for products and services was below normal

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US china relation | US China investment | Coronavirus

Reuters  |  Beijing 



Medical workers from Beijing walk near a park during a day off as the city of Wuhan slowly loosens up ahead of a lifting of the two month long lockdown in central China's Hubei province. Photo: PTI
Medical workers from Beijing walk near a park during a day off as the city of Wuhan slowly loosens up ahead of a lifting of the two month long lockdown in central China's Hubei province. Photo: PTI

Most US firms in China currently have no plans to relocate production to other parts of the country or abroad due to the coronavirus, but there is less certainty about the long term due to growing worries over US-China decoupling, a survey showed.

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First Published: Fri, April 17 2020. 17:38 IST

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