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Asia's continued rapid development has made the region the biggest engine of the global economy and has presented enormous opportunities for American multinational businesses. Against this backdrop of potentially seismic shifts in the world economic and political order, more than 300 top business and political leaders from around Asia and the U.S. will gather in the vibrant heart of Hong Kong's financial and business district for the 2019 APCAC Business Summit on March 4-5, hosted at the Grand Hyatt Hotel.


The 2019 APCAC Summit will be a crucial event for industry leaders to analyze new developments and adapt to the new and unpredictable trading climate. Under the theme of "The Future of U.S. Trade and Investment in Asia", discussion topics will span the entire spectrum of modern commercial and business concerns, including:


  • Political Dimension of Trade in Asia
  • U.S. Businesses in Asia
  • Disruptive Tech
  • The Longevity Transformation
  • Fintech
  • The Belt and Road Initiative
  • Smart Cities
  • Supply Chain


And many more.


Have your questions answered and create meaningful connections via a host of networking events, panels, and keynote speeches scheduled across the two days.


For ticketing, sponsorships packages, and further information, please refer to our conference website at: www.amcham.org.hk/apcac

WHAT IS APCAC?

APCAC is an association of 29 American Chambers of Commerce from 22 economies in the Asia-Pacific. APCAC comprises around 15,000-member companies, 50,000 overseas American executives and 10 million employees. The Business Summit is hosted each spring by one of APCAC's member associations, and AmCham Hong Kong is honored to have been given the opportunity at this critical juncture.


Hong Kong is an ideal host for the two-day event: For more than five decades, the city has been instrumental in driving the explosion of global trade, and as Asia's leading international financial center, has acted as the gateway for US$1 trillion of U.S. direct investment in the region. Read more

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