Discussion with AmCham China – April 9, 2020

Vietnam’s current stay-at-home directive lasts until April 15 and the government is thinking of extending it until April 29. However, at some point, things will loosen up and policymakers and business leaders need to consider how to restart economic activity. What does the future look like and what issues should you be thinking about now? Join AmCham for a video conference on Thursday morning with a briefing from AmCham China President Alan Beebe.

Alan will tell us how the US business community is doing in China, how the restart process is working for AmCham members, and what issues many of you might see once Vietnam gets back to work.

About the guest speaker:

Alan Beebe has served as President of AmCham China since 2016. He has more than twenty-five years of industry and management consulting experience in Asia, including over fifteen years in mainland China. As President, Alan oversees all advocacy, programs, partnerships and insights provided by the Chamber to support the business growth of nearly 900 foreign corporations operating in China, including most of the U.S. Fortune 500. Prior to joining AmCham China, Alan held various senior executive positions in China with EY, IBM, and management consulting firms AT Kearney and PRTM. He also led a Beijing based start-up for five years, the China Greentech Initiative, which merged in 2014 with the Paulson Institute.

This conference call will use the Microsoft Teams platform. Please register your participation by clicking on the button below or by calling (84) 24 3934 2790. Registered participants will receive an email on Wednesday afternoon with the dial-in instructions.