Southeast Asia is a growing destination for U.S. companies shifting business out of China, according to a survey by the American Chamber of Commerce in Singapore, Reuters reports. The survey of 356 senior executives at companies in the region shows 21% now plan to move some operations to Southeast Asia in the next two years to reduce their reliance on China, up from 15% in last year’s survey.
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