US Warns China About its Business Climate
The US Treasury Secretary, Jack Lew, has said that American firms feel increasingly unwelcome in China. Mr Lew was speaking at a business gathering on the sidelines of an annual dialogue between the US and China. He urged politicians in both Washington and Beijing to work harder at encouraging business between the two countries. Alex Ritson discussed the issue with Adam Dunnett, Secretary General of the European Union Chamber of Commerce, and Professor David Zweig, Director at the Centre on China's Transnational Relations at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.
(Picture: US Treasury Secretary Jack Lew speaking in China. Picture credit: Getty Images.)