International companies are optimistic about long-term business prospects in China, as the country is expected to ride out the economic pressure brought by the COVID-19 outbreak and maintain steady growth this year. Dozens of CEOs from world-leading companies shared their views.
We stand firmly with our employees, customers, communities and many other stakeholders in China and believe we will win this battle together.
The world's second-largest economy will quickly regain its vitality of the past and continue to propel the global economy forward.
We believe the Chinese economy is robust, and will be able to manage the direct hit from COVID-19.
With forceful and well-coordinated measures by Chinese government, the Chinese market will soon regain its vitality.
We believe economic fundamentals remain solid in China. We have full confidence China is well-positioned to achieve long-term growth.
We can envision a deep short-term impact. However, based on the experience from the SARS crisis in 2002-2003, we can also foresee a quick re-bounce of the economy.
We would expect the economy to bounce back quickly, seeing how the government has unveiled a suite of policies to bolster business vitality.
We expect the virus to produce a slowdown in economic activity but beyond that, prospects for growth are good. HSBC is moving more and more resources to China, and to Asia as a whole.
We will not change the long-term development strategy in the Chinese market, and we are full of confidence in the huge potential of China.
China is not only set to become the world's largest economy and L'Oréal's biggest market – it is the laboratory of the future.
We believe China will rebound quickly. Thus, we continue to have faith in China's market and economy. Our footprint will continue to grow in China.
The impact of the epidemic on the economy is temporary and will not change the fundamentals of the nation's long-term economic growth.
We have full confidence China will continue to play a key role as an engine to the world economy based on its strengths, scale and agility.
As the epidemic gradually goes down, we believe the tourism market will recover. Inbound travel, for both business and leisure, will resume in due cause.
We always trust the power of "Made in China" and resilience of China's economy. We believe as we stand in solidarity, we will end this epidemic soon and strive for a bright future.
China's sound and sustainable economic development in the long run will remain unchanged, and China's economy has shown strong resilience even amid the outbreak's short-lived impact.
We have been providing food safety and public health solutions and expertise here for 45 years. Despite the current challenges we are facing, I know we will overcome them together.
We believe the Chinese economy will return to steady growth after the outbreak of COVID-19 is brought under control.
The Chinese economy will rapidly bounce back and reassert its position as the growth engine of the global economy.
We will be part of growth for China's health sector, with high-quality solutions for pharmaceuticals and life sciences.
We have confidence in the positive medium- and long-term economic outlook for China and will maintain our commitment to supporting the China market.
China will be absolutely essential as a partner, as a customer for Rio Tinto in the short, medium and long term.
Clariant has huge confidence in the long-term prospect in China. We believe China will remain the growth engine of the global economy.
China is the global growth engine and all that growth may be impacted in the early part of this year. But we have no doubt about the resilience of our business and we have no doubt about the resilience of China.
Maersk will closely monitor the situation and we will do whatever we can to help China and our customers.
We are committed to leveraging our full-span digital capabilities to support the local businesses to bounce back quickly and unlock the enormous value promised by the digital economy.
Our long-term commitment to the China market is not affected and we have full confidence in overcoming the difficulties together with our OEM customers and business partners.
PwC believes if the outbreak could be largely over with governments at all levels having significantly strengthened their prevention and control measures, economic growth will soon recover.
We have partnered with Chinese companies on a range of key business development initiatives and look forward to further extensive cooperation after the outbreak has subsided.
We remain committed to supporting all our clients through these challenging times as we continue to focus on our mission to support economic growth and progress in China.