San Francisco, CA (PRWeb) April 3, 2017 With an historic meet-up scheduled for later this week between U.S. President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping, companies with Chinese operations are anxiously awaiting developments in trade policies between the two nations. The new U.S. president vowed to tighten restrictions and add tariffs on imports from China. Exactly how Trump’s strategy unfolds could directly affect U.S. business owners such as Philip Lew, founder and CEO of XBOSoft, a software testing firm.
Many of XBOSoft’s engineers and support staff work out of the company’s Beijing office. Lew says altered trade policies could make it difficult, if not impossible, for XBOSoft to provide cost-effective software testing services to its U.S. clients.
Lew spoke out on these issues recently in an interview on ThinkTech, a digital news and information channel that examines technology trends and topics from the Hawaiian and Asian perspective. His bottom line: XBOSoft would not be able to offer its services at current prices to customers if it had to rely on U.S.-based engineers.
Lew is available to the media to discuss the possible effects of tougher trade policies toward those with Chinese operations. He can be reached at email@example.com, or by contacting Dan Cook at 503-442-1839 or firstname.lastname@example.org. To read the full release, please visit PRWeb.