中国美国商会 (AmCham China) 最新的一个快速调查显示，近三分之二的受访者最希望两国政府能在年内恢复正常的签证服务，为企业高管及其家属提供往返两国的通道。今年中国美国商会会员公司的其他主要关注点包括规范政府间沟通，重建信任，以及取消双边关税等。
A new flash survey from the American Chamber of Commerce in China (AmCham China) shows nearly two-thirds of respondents want the US and the Chinese governments to restore regular visa services and travel channels for business executives and their dependents by the end of 2021.
The American Chamber of Commerce in China (AmCham China) today releases the 23rd edition of the American Business in China White Paper, which sets forth a significant number of policy recommendations – both cross-sector and industry-specific – for the Chinese and US governments. Additionally, the White Paper lays out AmCham China’s three main policy priorities for 2021, which provide the foundation for these more specific recommendations.
The American Chamber of Commerce in China (AmCham China) successfully held the inaugural Social Impact Summit in Beijing today. The full-day conference marked the conclusion of the Chamber’s first Social Impact Initiative (SII), a six-month, twin-tracked program that aims to help China’s millions of small enterprises recover from the pandemic and accelerate healthcare reforms by bringing together government, companies, institutions, and experts from China, the US, and globally to deliver positive, practical, and innovative recommendations to Chinese policymakers.
2020 was a challenging year for most foreign businesses operating in China, battered by US-China tensions and the global pandemic, according to a new survey released by the American Chamber of Commerce in China (“AmCham China”). Despite significant challenges, though, the outlook among foreign businesses in China remains relatively positive, largely due to the Chinese government’s early and stringent response to the pandemic, an improving investment environment, and anticipation of a more predictable policy environment.
The American Chamber of Commerce in China congratulates President Biden and Vice President Harris on the inauguration and welcomes the opportunity to work closely with the new administration to provide a full account of the current situation of US companies on the ground in China.