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AmCham is delighted to invite you to a breakfast meeting with Jacob Parker, Vice President of Operations at U.S.-China Business Council.

This is an exclusive opportunity for you to learn the latest development surrounding U.S.-China trade relations.

Topics to be covered:

  • A case study of the impact of trade tensions on U.S. industry in China
  • Chinese government perspectives on Chinese resiliency to tariff action
  • Outcomes desired by the Trump Administration and de-escalation opportunities

Hosted by the China Business Committee

First 15 minutes for networking

Light refreshment will be served


  • Jacob Parker (Vice President, Operations at U.S.-China Business Council)

    Jacob Parker

    Vice President, Operations at U.S.-China Business Council

    Jacob Parker is the vice president of China operations at the US-China Business Council. In this role he manages USCBC’s two offices in Beijing and Shanghai and oversees the development and execution of China-based research, reporting, and programming on trends of importance to US businesses operating in China. He has worked on a variety of international public and private projects throughout his career. Before joining USCBC, Jacob worked as a program manager at Philips Healthcare where he oversaw implementation of ExIm Bank, Nordic Investment Bank, and Ashra Bank international government loan projects for developing medical infrastructure in China. Prior to that, as the director of operations of the USA Pavilion Shanghai Expo 2010, Jacob was responsible for the set-up, maintenance, and general operation of the pavilion, and for sharing American culture and values with the more than 7 million visitors during the six months of operation.

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Member Price HKD 180

Cancellation Policy

•    All cancellations must be notified in writing at least two working days prior to the event, or six working days prior to the conference. No-shows will be charged
•    When Typhoon 8 (or above) or Black Rainstorm Signal is hoisted, all events will be cancelled