Save the dateJun 7, 20178 AM - 9:30 AM Add to Calendar
Venue Location

The American Chamber of Commerce in HK

1904 Bank of America Tower, 12 Harcourt Road
Central, Hong Kong

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Organizer

Organizer:

Contact Person: Beverly Yau

Phone: +852 25306900

Email: byau@amcham.org.hk

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As the Trump administration begins to enact some of its campaign promises and reverse others, the changing geopolitical environment could have a profound impact on businesses in Asia.

Corporate leaders in the region are now faced with a variety of new questions about how to operate successfully:

  • What is the new outlook for Trump’s policies on trade, cross-border deals and multi-market business efforts?
  • Given his reversals on China’s currency, will Trump also backtrack on his more hawkish rhetoric regarding China? What will be the economic impact on businesses in the region?
  • Can we also expect reversals around key taxation policy, FDI and offshore capital?
  • Will bilateralism be a net positive or negative for Asia businesses, particularly in Japan and Korea?

Join us on June 7th at 8:00am for breakfast with Stephen Labaton, North America President of global communications consultancy Finsbury and award-winning former New York Times journalist, to discuss these issues and the embedded challenges and opportunities. Stephen will share the latest insights from Washington D.C. and discuss how to interpret the president’s words.

First 15-20 minutes is for networking
Light breakfast included

Hosted by the Communications & Marketing Committee

Speaker
  • Stephen Labaton (President, North America  at  Finsbury)
    Stephen Labaton
Tickets

Member

Members only price HKD 180

Non-member

HKD 300
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