42% of AmCham China respondents in April 2020 survey had already returned to normal four months after China first announced coronavirus, with 29% more expected by Q2

42% of AmCham China respondents in April 2020 survey had already returned to normal four months after China first announced coronavirus, with 29% more expected by Q2

U.S. businesses in China surveyed by AmCham and PwC said greatest challenges in supply chain are logistics, constraints in suppliers and insufficient labor, but operations could return to normal within six months

U.S. businesses in China surveyed by AmCham and PwC said greatest challenges in supply chain are logistics, constraints in suppliers and insufficient labor, but operations could return to normal within six months

COVID-19’s Impact to IT Investments

Majority (76%) of AmCham China members in April 2020 survey are increasing their IT investments, mainly to boost productivity and enhance customer relationships

COVID-19’s Impact to Short-Term Business Strategy

More than half of AmCham China survey respondents adjusted financial budgets and costs due to COVID-19 situation, with 45% also prioritizing safety of employees