More foreign firms are feeling unwelcome in China, the American Chamber of Commerce in China said as it released the results of a survey about the business climate in the world's second-largest economy.
The lobbying group said Tuesday that 60% of 163 respondents to its poll said they feel less welcome in China than before. That is up from 41% in a survey released late last year.
Nearly half of the respondents also believe that foreign companies are being singled out in recent government campaigns investigating pricing practices and corruption, up from 40% in the 2013 survey.
A number of foreign companies have recently found themselves in the cross hairs as China steps up...