One World, Two Systems (May 8, 2018)
Stephen Olson of the Hinrich Foundation and China Development Institute’s Dr Zhang Guoping, both research fellows, speak about the fundamental divide between the post-War global trading system led by the United States and the alternative model of a rapidly rising China.
Jacob Parker on U.S.-China Trade Tension (May 15, 2018)
On May 15, 2018, AmCham’s China Business Committee hosted a discussion on the latest U.S.-China trade tension as Chinese Vice Premier Liu He visits Washington this week for a second round of trade talk. Taking this opportunity, AmCham’s Margaret Loo had a conversation with Mr. Jacob Parker, Vice President of China Operations at U.S.- China Business Council.
Partner Podcast: Tariffs, Tension and the Future of U.S.-China Trade (Mar 22, 2018)
In this episode we’re joined by Tim Stratford, managing partner of law firm Covington & Burling’s Beijing office, and Chris Adams, senior advisor at Covington & Burling. Both have previously held high-level government positions, with Stratford serving as Assistant U.S.-Trade Representative and Adams as Senior Coordinator for China Affairs at the Treasury Department, where he led the highest-level U.S.-China economic policy dialogues. In this episode we discuss recent U.S.-China trade tensions, what can be done to improve trade relations, and what U.S. businesses in China should be doing to minimize any associated negative impact. We’re also joined by co-host Ian Driscoll, communications director at AmCham Shanghai. *Special thanks to AmCham Shanghai
China’s Cybersecurity Law and Navigating Cyber-attacks (Feb 6, 2018)
In light of China’s cybersecurity law which came into effect on June 1, 2017, Jennifer Khoo speaks to Ben Wootliff, Partner and Head of Cyber Security, Asia Pacific at Control Risks Limited; and Michael Bahar, Partner and Co-Lead of Global Cybersecurity and Data Privacy at Eversheds Sutherland.
Daniel Russel on U.S. - China Trade (Feb 5, 2018)
As U.S. - China trade tensions rise, AmCham President Tara Joseph speaks to Daniel Russel, Diplomat in residence at the Asia Society Institute and Former Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs.
‘It’s the ‘OK’ Economy, Stupid’ (Jan 10, 2018)
Paul Donovan, UBS Wealth Management’s Global Chief Economist says the world’s economy should get along just fine with some prudent risk management from regulators. We shouldn’t worry over China’s debt burden, while the Bitcoin bubble is just an amusing side-show – unless you’re one of the unlucky few that’s heavily exposed to cryptocurrencies. We caught up with the London-based Mr. Donovan after a fascinating breakfast briefing organized by AmCham on Jan 10, when he also told us what’s amiss with the “dismal science” in the modern era.
Reflection on AmCham 2017 Beijing Doorknock (Dec 4, 2017)
We are delighted to have Steven Chan and Robert Grieves joining us and sharing their insights and experiences on the AmCham Annual Beijing Doorknock 2017.
Brian Henderson on Women in Workplace (Nov 20, 2017)
AmCham President Tara Joseph invited Brian Henderson, COO of Baker & McKenzie, and Women of Influence 2017 Champion for the Advancement of Women, to share his experiences and insights on advocating equality for women in the workplace.
Has Kim Jong Un crossed a red line? North Korea, China and the U.S. (Nov 6, 2017)
AmCham hosted a discussion on what world powers can do about North Korea, as U.S. President Trump visits Asia this week. Former CNN correspondent Mike Chinoy, Non-Resident Senior Fellow at USC U.S.-China Institute, and author of two books on North Korea shares his perspective in a conversation with AmCham President Tara Joseph.