External Relations

AmChams in Asia Pacific


Pictured, President Ronald Reagan and AmCham HK's Robert Adams, chairman of APCAC for the 1983 summit in Seoul where this meeting took place.


The Asia-Pacific Council of American Chambers of Commerce, founded in 1968, seeks to represent the shared interests of US and international businesses that employ millions of people across the region and include some of the world's biggest manufacturing and trading entities. APCAC's annual summit has proven an invaluable forum for engaging senior US officials over key trade and economic issues.