On May 17th, AmCham China will issue the 24th edition of our American Business in China White Paper. In this period of great uncertainty, we hope that the messages of the White Paper -- which represent the views of and practical recommendations from our collective membership -- will provide a positive and actionable framework to help both the US and Chinese governments as they work to ensure a stable, sustainable, and fair bilateral economic relationship and attempt to navigate the economic challenges posed by COVID-19.

Please Note:

  • This event will be hosted online and is off-the-record.
  • If you participated in the drafting of the White Paper, we thank you for your contribution. Please select the White Paper Drafter ticket option for free admission to this event.

Please save the date and stay tuned for updates regarding event speakers!

For media inquiries, please email Mark Dreyer at mdreyer@amchamchina.org.


  • Mattie Bekink (China Director of The Economist Corporate Network)

    Mattie Bekink

    China Director of The Economist Corporate Network

  • Jeffrey Bernstein (Managing Director & Senior Vice President of UPMC China & UPMC International)

    Jeffrey Bernstein

    Managing Director & Senior Vice President of UPMC China & UPMC International

    Mr. Bernstein has extensive experience developing and operating businesses within China. Under his leadership, UPMC has built a localized China team, and developed a major partnership to manage and operate hospitals in five cities in China, the first being a 500 bed tertiary general hospital in Chengdu, which will be first US Academic Medical Center operated tertiary hospital in China.

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  • Sherry Carbary (President of Boeing China at Boeing (China) Co Ltd)

    Sherry Carbary

    President of Boeing China at Boeing (China) Co Ltd

  • Yong Gao (PhD, Vice President at Bayer (China) Ltd)

    Yong Gao

    PhD, Vice President at Bayer (China) Ltd

    Dr. Yong Gao currently serves as Vice President of Public Affairs and Sustainability for Bayer China. Headquartered in Germany, Bayer is a global leader in life science focusing on healthcare and agriculture. Prior to Bayer, Yong was President of Monsanto China and Director of Corporate Affairs for Asia and Africa at Monsanto which was acquired by Bayer in 2018. For three decades serving in the private sector, Yong has worked in the US, Canada, Singapore and most recently China. His area of professional experiences includes biotech product regulatory policy, R&D, safety assessment and commercialization, international trade, sustainability, public affairs and corporate communication.

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  • Michael Hart (President at AmCham China)

    Michael Hart

    President at AmCham China

  • Colm Rafferty (Chairman at AmCham China)

    Colm Rafferty

    Chairman at AmCham China

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  • Lester Ross (Partner at WilmerHale)

    Lester Ross

    Partner at WilmerHale


White Paper Drafter
Standard Price Complimentary
AmCham China Chairman's Circle Member
Member Price Complimentary
Employee of Member Company
Standard Price RMB 250
AmCham China Cardholder
Member Price RMB 200
For CNG & USG Officials ONLY
Standard Price Complimentary
Standard Price RMB 500

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