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When

Sep 8, 2017 (8 AM - 3 PM)

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Grand Ballroom, Level 2

Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong,
8 Finance Street, Central

Hong Kong

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8 AM

Registration & Networking Breakfast

8:35 AM

Opening Remarks
Jack Lange
Vice Chairman, The American Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong
Partner, Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison

8:45 AM

Opening Keynote: U.S.-China Relations in the Trump-Xi Era

David M. Lampton

Peter McMillan

9:35 AM

Panel I: The Global Push of the China Brand

David Frey

John MacPherson

Edward Tse

Felix Zhang

John Dawson

China’s ambitious Belt and Road initiative, growing number of Chinese companies being present on the world stage are all part of the ambitious China’s “Going Global” strategy.Chinese outbound investment rose nearly 50% in 2016 from 2015 (Total US$170billion) and Chinese companies are outperforming overseas counterparts in industries ranging from technology to aviation. Will China grow into a global partner or challenger? What can foreign businesses do to capture opportunities in the globalizatio...
China’s ambitious Belt and Road initiative, growing number of Chinese companies being present on the world stage are all part of the ambitious China’s “Going Global” strategy.

Chinese outbound investment rose nearly 50% in 2016 from 2015 (Total US$170billion) and Chinese companies are outperforming overseas counterparts in industries ranging from technology to aviation. Will China grow into a global partner or challenger?

What can foreign businesses do to capture opportunities in the globalization plan?
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10:35 AM

Networking Coffee Break and Sponsors’ Exhibitions

11 AM

Dialogue with a Business Leader I: One of China's Global Conglomerates - HNA Group

Shuang WANG

Tara Joseph

11:45 AM

Panel II: The Greater Bay Area and Hong Kong Opportunities

Tony F. Chan

Emily Kong

Richard Lancaster

John Siu

Robert Grieves

Will Hong Kong lose its own character in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area development? How can Hong Kong spearhead the charge in the new era of China’s Greater Bay dream?

More importantly, what opportunities and challenges will be presented to international businesses in the region?

12:50 PM

Luncheon

1:25 PM

Luncheon Keynote: AIIB’s Role and Insight from Beijing upon Hong Kong’s Joining

Joachim von Amsberg

Malcolm Kay

1. The Vision for AIIB and Hong Kong’s membership
2. Hong Kong’s role in the Belt & Road scheme
3. AIIB in 2017: Sustainable Infrastructure, Cross-border connectivity and Private Capital Mobilization

2:15 PM

Dialogue with a Business Leader II - Emergence of China in International Finance and Fintech

Eddie Ahmed

Pete Sweeney

3 PM

3:05 PM

Closing Remarks
Tara Joseph
President, The American Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong
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