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Trade war

US companies in China complain of official bias

Executives in survey say unfair treatment inhibits investment

Lobsters imported from the U.S. are prepared at a seafood restaurant in Beijing.
Lobsters imported to China from the U.S.: One executive whose business involves agricultural products said Chinese authorities "make us do various tasks that have no basis in science."   © Reuters

HONG KONG -- Chinese government favoritism toward domestic companies in enforcement and market access is holding back investment in the country by U.S. businesses, according to a new survey.

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