AmCham China's engagement with Chinese government.

06 November, 2017

After the publication of the 2017 White Paper, AmCham China organized over 20 White Paper delivery meetings with Chinese ministries. The meetings addressed policy challenges faced by businesses and fostered relationships with government officials.

31 October, 2017

AmCham China invited experts to discuss the what the outcomes of the 19th Party Congress means for the foreign business community and American companies in China.

26 October, 2017

AmCham China launched the 20th iteration of the annual Business Climate Survey this week. The survey is a key part of AmCham China's advocacy and is a critical tool for businesses in China.

25 September, 2017

AmCham China representatives met this week with Secretary Wilbur Ross and Ambassador Terry Branstad to discuss recent developments in the US-China business relationship.

20 September, 2017

Senior representatives from more than 30 AmCham China members recently attended a high-level engagement with Shandong provincial leaders, including Shandong Provincial Party Secretary Liu Jiayi and Governor Gong Zheng.

13 September, 2017

AmCham China and members of the foreign business community in China welcomed Ambassador Terry Branstad with a luncheon in his honor. The Ambassador spoke with the attendees and offered his perspective on the most important issues in the relationship.

31 August, 2017

This week an AmCham China delegation, led by President Alan Beebe, met with officials from SAFEA to deliver the 2017 White Paper and discuss important developments regarding work permits and employment regulations.

27 July, 2017

AmCham China Chairman Bill Zarit, alongside representatives from some of our member companies, met with the State Council Legislative Affairs Office (SCLAO) to deliver the 2017 White Paper and discuss important issues.

13 July, 2017

President Alan Beebe and members of AmCham China delivered the White Paper to Chinese government officials with a special focus on issues facing the financial sector

13 July, 2017

Near the deadline of the 100-day deal between the US and China, progress has been made on many of the issues, including a high-profile resolution to a 14-year ban on US beef imports