Aug 30 (Reuters) - United States Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo has said U.S. companies have raised concerns that China has become "uninvestible", pointing to fines, raids and other actions that have made it too risky to do business in the world's second-largest economy.
Major global firms ranging from banks to chipmakers are taking a largely cautious stance on their China business amid a frail recovery of the country's economy from a pandemic slowdown.
Following are comments from some of the top firms on their China business during the latest reporting season:
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