Hong Kong (CNN Business)American companies in China are feeling increasingly pessimistic about trade tensions between Washington and Beijing. But very few want to uproot their business in the world's second biggest economy.

Some 92% of respondents to a survey released Wednesday by the American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai said they were committed to remaining in the country even as the US-China relationship continues to fracture.
According to the findings, more than a quarter of the US firms surveyed said that they expected US-China trade tensions to last "indefinitely," compared to about 17% a year ago. Meanwhile, about a fifth of respondents said they expected the tensions to last for three to five years. That compares with 13% in 2019.
Only around 14% of companies said they thought the issue would be resolved within a year. Read More