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AmCham HK is excited to share a selected episode of AmCham Shanghai and CNBC podcast series for the benefit of our members. 


The views and opinions expressed by the guest speakers are their own and do not reflect the views nor positions of AmCham HK.

COVID-19 and Implications for US-China Relations (Apr 8, 2020)

There has been a structural change between the Dragon and the Eagle. The COVID-19 global pandemic has recently added new complications to the world’s most important bilateral relationship. AmCham’s Margaret Loo caught up with Robert Daly, the Director of the Institute on China and the United States at the Woodrow Wilson Center to gain the on the ground insight of COVID-19 and implications for US-China Relations.

Ker Gibbs: AmCham Shanghai during COVID-19 (Mar 25, 2020)

In our first episode recorded since the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, AmCham Shanghai president Ker Gibbs discusses how the Chamber has handled the rapidly changing situation over the past several weeks. We also talk about how our many member companies have been faring during the pandemic, and how both the Chamber and its members are strategizing for success in the weeks and months to come. special thanks to AmCham Shanghai

Brookings' David Wessel on the Economic Impact of COVID-19 (Mar 26, 2020)

As the COVID-19 situation is drastically escalating in the US, the world’s largest economy is in free fall. The US government has employed both fiscal and monetary policy tools in unprecedented ways to save the economy. AmCham’s Margaret Loo spoke with David Wessel, Director of the Hutchins Center on Fiscal and Monetary Policy at Brookings on the economic impact of COVID-19.

Lessons From China’s Rise and the Implications For Japan and US (Jan 22, 2020)

AmCham’s Margaret Loo sat down with Professor Ezra Vogel, one of the most respective scholar on East Asia, to discuss the trilateral US-China-Japan relationships and the Greater Bay Area.

The State of the US Presidential Race (March 5, 2020)

Two democratic frontrunners have prevailed after a consequential Super Tuesday. Who will be the likely Democratic presidential nominee to take on Donald Trump, the incumbent president, this November? We spoke with Steve Okun, who served in the Clinton administration from 1994-1999 on the results from Super Tuesday and what they mean for the remainder of the presidential race.

Business impact of COVID-19 on American companies in China (February 27, 2020)

AmCham spoke with Owen Haacke, Chief Representative at the Shanghai office of the US-China Business Council, on the business impact of COVD-19 on American business on the ground and implications for US-China trade relations.

Deloitte China Chief Economist on China’s Economic Outlook in the New Decade (January 14, 2020)

Deloitte China Chief Economist Sitao Xu recently came to AmCham. AmCham Board Member Ben Simpfendorfer caught up with him to discuss China’s economic outlook and its reform in the new decade.

US-China Trade Deal: A sustainable, smart competition between Eagle and Dragon (October 24, 2019)

AmCham’s Margaret Loo sat down with Craig Allen, President of the US-China Business Council, to discuss the pending US-China trade deal, the subsequent trade negotiations and the implications for businesses.

Jordan Berke talks future of retail at 2019 China Conference (September 20, 2019)

"We believe that China is approximately five years ahead of any other major retail market in terms of its modernization and its innovation." Tomorrow Retail Consulting's Jordan Berke shares with us the three drivers that are pushing forward China's advancement in the retail industry, and how these trends affect our view of the world.

Goldman's Kathy Matsui shows how 'womenomics' finally changing Japan (September 20, 2019)

Kathy Matsui, the Goldman banker who coined the phrase, says attitudes towards gender and work have profoundly shifted as policy, demographics and the boom in responsible investing add weight to the business case for diversity and equality.