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The American Chamber of Commerce in China has released the results of a study that provides some new insights on the impact that the coronavirus is having on its member companies, a roster of global firms that includes Boeing Co., General Motors Co., IBM Corp., and Microsoft Corp. 

Of the nearly 170 companies that participated in the survey earlier this month, 44 percent said they now have a negative outlook on the U.S.-China bilateral relationship as a result of uncertainty swirling around the COVID-19 outbreak. 

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