2020 was a year that caught the world unexpected, which brought immense challenges to businesses across borders. Reflecting the year in retrospect, AmCham China conducted its annual surveyto seek answers to the following questions in the 2021 China Business Climate Survey Report:
- How did the 2020 performance of foreign companies in China fare in light of the COVID-19 pandemic and mounting presses?
- What actions do our members hope to see both the US and Chinese governments take to ensure a more stable and sustainable US-China trade relationship going forward?
- What best practices should foreign companies in China adopt to stay resilient and nimble amidst uncertainties?
Please join us at the Conrad Dalian on Thursday, April 15th, 2021, for a special briefing and networking to hear highlights from our survey results and their implications for your business operations in China. The presentation will be followed by a panel discussion with senior business leaders regarding their industries' experiences and outlooks.
We'd like to extend a special invitation to all AmCham China member companies that have operations or branches in the Northeast.
The event is off-the-record. If you are interested in attending this event, please register and pay online by noon, Tuesday, April 13, 2021. For any registration-related questions, please contact Melody Song at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the 2021 China Business Climate Survey Report (BCS):
For the past 23 years, AmCham China's Business Climate Survey has served to take an annual pulse check on the China business environment.
The 2021 report represents diverse views from 20+ sectors, citing data from roughly half of our member companies, and covering a wide variety of topics, including investment trends and outlooks, regulatory developments, innovation and intellectual property, and the bilateral relationship. To capture timely sentiments around recent policy developments and major events, the report also includes results from newly added questions regarding China's Unreliable Entity List, impacts of the pandemic, and implementation of the Phase One Trade Deal.