Some American companies are seeking to cut their reliance on China as coronavirus outbreak disrupts production, crimps revenue

  • Revenue in China will fall in 2020 if the coronavirus continues to disrupt work through April, said half of the respondents in AmCham China’s survey
  • Some US companies are shifting out of China, with 28 per cent polled saying they are setting up, or using alternative supply chains, according to a separate survey by AmCham Singapore

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