05 July, 2015
Los Angeles Times

As drafted, the law would "negatively impact the ability of companies to do business in China, as well as U.S.-China commercial and people-to-people exchanges," said James Zimmerman, chairman of the American Chamber of Commerce in China. "This is increasingly important as China globalizes and its companies and NGOs expand overseas."

03 July, 2015
Airport World

Jared Mazzanti from the American Chamber of Commerce in China provides his thoughts on shifting strategies at Chinese airports.

29 June, 2015


21 May, 2015
Wall Street Journal

In the latest business climate survey by the American Chamber of Commerce in China, nearly 80% of the 447 respondents described Beijing’s enforcement of intellectual-property rights laws as “ineffective” or “very ineffective,” although 86% of respondents felt that enforcement efforts have improved over the past five years.

next page