How have rising tensions affected U S companies in China?

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    For more: https://www.cgtn.com/video As #China-U.S. #economic tensions worsen, the American business community has voiced complaints about the #Trump administration’s direction on tech. Where is the situation heading, and how are American firms in China handling the fallout? Guest: Zhang Fan Associate Professor, Beijing Normal University Jack Perkowski JFP Holdings Jeffrey Towson Host, Jeff’s Asia Tech Class

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