AmCham members are invited to participate in the Indo-Pacific Business Forum in Bangkok on November 4. The forum aims to promote trade and investment opportunities as well as economic cooperation to fulfill the development needs and potential of the Indo-Pacific. The unique event will involve in-depth discussions among business leaders on pertinent challenges to growth in the digital economy, energy sector, and infrastructure development, as well as how cooperation between private, public, and international institutions could help countries overcome these challenges and attain sustainable development.
Confirmed speakers from the US side include Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross, US Trade and Development Agency Acting Administration Thomas Hardy, Overseas Private Investment Corporation Acting President David Bohigian, and Under Secretary of State for Economic Growth, Energy, and the Environment Keith Krach. The forum is co-organized by the US Chamber of Commerce and the Thai Chamber of Commerce with the support of the US and the Royal Thai Governments.
The AmCham leadership will join Ambassador Daniel Kritenbrink and many others at the forum. Participation in the forum is free for AmCham members. Venue information, forum agenda, and free online registration is available by clicking HERE. For questions about registration, contact Adam in the AmCham office.