AmCham China is delighted to announce the launch of the brand-new AmCham China Quarterly magazine. The Quarterly is designed to deliver high-quality, unique business and policy insights to the executives of our 900 member companies and the greater business community.
With the motto "Executive insights, interviews, and intelligence for business in China", the Quarterly taps into the wealth of expertise and perspectives stemming from our members to provide a window into the industries, policies, and developments surrounding business in China, US-China relations, and the cutting edge of corporate innovation around the globe.
Officially launched in 2019, the Quarterly is now on its second volume, with the inaugural issues boasting high-profile cover stories with NBA and CBA star, as well as Beijing legend, Stephon Marbury, and former United States Trade Representative and broker of China's accession to the World Trade Organization, Charlene Barshefsky.
Features from the first two editions of the AmCham China Quarterly include:
"We now have nationalist hawks dominating policymaking on both sides, and both the Americans and Chinese believe they have the upper hand. So, until you have policy that’s not made by hawks and each side feels more vulnerable, I don’t see the relationship turning around."
"It is so important for the United States and China to reduce pride, to reduce ego, to reduce emotion, and think about the context of the global civilization, and think about how we can all live and cohabitate with a very strong bilateral relationship."
“We started investing in startups, mostly as an angel investor,” Amidi explains. “One of our first ever investments was in PayPal with Peter Thiel.” Not a bad first investment: today, PayPal’s market cap is nearing the $100 billion mark, and is set to surpass that of Goldman Sachs.
"We are a company built on curiosity – made up of curious minds that are dedicated to human progress. Whether it's driving the current business or developing some new technology or solutions for future growth, innovation guides us in our efforts.”