REUTERS has reported that the majority of British companies are very much adopting a “wait and see approach” on any new investment in China amid global cynicism according to the British Chamber of Commerce in China.
With Geopolitical tensions at an all time high, a sluggish global economy, increased interest in self-sufficiency, shifting investor dynamic and to some degree post-covid apathy were cited as the contributing factors of the UKs general apathy toward Xi and “his” China.
The British Chamber of Commerce in China is a membership organisation for British business focused on boosting UK-China trade and investment. We operate as an independent, not-for-profit organisation with a strong and diverse membership. With over four decades’ worth of business experience in China, we provide advocacy, intelligence, and a strong community for our members, helping their business grow in one of the world’s fastest growing markets. Learn More /…
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