Quoted by Reuters: Chinese tech entrepreneurs keen to ‘de-China’ as tensions with US soar

The political narrative in Washington DC and in many state capitals is based on the misconception that all Chinese companies are intertwined with and taking direction from the Chinese government and the Chinese Communist Party,” says James McGregor, chairman for Greater China at U.S. communications consultancy APCO Worldwide.

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The China Project: How safe is it, exactly, to do business with China?

“American business has gone from being the bridge between China and the U.S. to all-too-often being the battleground as national economies go from globalization to weaponization when it comes to technology and all the leading industries of the future. CEOs are struggling to get their heads around this as it is all happening so fast,”

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Bloomberg: Xi Needs Peace With US to Fix Problems, James McGregor Says

“He has an economy that’s the worst in 30 years,” McGregor said Tuesday in a television interview on the sidelines of the Bloomberg New Economy Forum in Singapore. “He’s got youth unemployment that they say is 20% — who knows how high it is. Internationally, China’s reputation is very low.” “And so he has to work his way out

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New York Times: For Companies, Winning in China Now Means Losing Somewhere Else

The pressures are not only coming from the United States. Companies are increasingly facing a complicated global patchwork of export restrictions and data storage laws, including in the European Union. Chinese leaders have begun pursuing “wolf warrior” diplomacy, in which they are trying to teach other countries to think twice before crossing China, said Jim

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