Lockdowns have made China less attractive for many companies

Almost a quarter of European companies with investments in China consider moving somewhere else, according to survey by the European Chamber of Commerce in China. ”A potential early-warning indicator” of supply chain changes, says analyst.

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China has become a less attractive country to invest in for European companies. Primarily due to the pandemic – and partly due to the Ukraine war as well.

Such is the estimation by the European Chamber of Commerce in China on the basis of a survey among 372 of its members at the end of April.

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