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"Tempered optimism sums up corporate America's view of the China business environment," says John Frisbie, chairman of the U.S.-China Business Council. "While most [survey] respondents ... report that China remains among their company's top five priorities, fewer respondents this year ranked China as their top priority." (ASSOCIATED PRESS)
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"Tempered optimism sums up corporate America's view of the China business environment," says John Frisbie, chairman of the U.S.-China Business Council. "While most [survey] respondents ... report that China remains among their company's top five priorities, fewer respondents this year ranked China as their top priority." (ASSOCIATED PRESS)

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