Chairman's Message

AmCham China chairman's monthly message.

11 October, 2017

The summer months were packed with advocacy and government outreach on behalf of AmCham China's members, writes Chairman William Zarit. While the weather may be cooling down, the chamber's engagement efforts are heating up.

02 May, 2017

AmCham China Chairman Bill Zarit shares his thoughts on issues currently facing the chamber, including on the balance of the US-China economic relationship and AmCham China's 2017 Policy Priorities

16 February, 2017

Chairman Bill Zarit shares his thoughts on the 2017 Business Climate Survey and the challenges of business in China

07 February, 2017

AmCham China's new Chairman William Zarit shares his thoughts on important issues in the US-China relationship with Phoenix TV's Fu Xiaotian.

20 October, 2016

Many Chinese view the US political system and the election process – including the recent raucous televised debates – as confirmation that American-styled democracy is corrupt and scandalous, and would never work in a country like China

21 September, 2016

Chinese tourists destined for the US are contributing billions of dollars to the North American economy, which translates into more American jobs.

21 July, 2016

Every country dreams of being on the forefront of technology, but building a knowledge-based society and economy requires the exchange of ideas and concepts across borders.

18 May, 2016

The chamber has a long history of participating in corporate social responsibility and charitable activities in China, including famine relief in the 1920s, support in the aftermath of the Sichuan earthquake and more.

28 March, 2016

It’s left for observation whether China’s outbound investment and initiatives such as the New Silk Road and AIIB will be beneficial in a manner that is equally shared, and not just as a platform to advocate China’s own agenda.

08 January, 2016

Washington’s effort to dissuade American allies from joining the bank is a foreign policy blunder with significant long-term implications.