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Best AmCham HK podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best AmCham HK podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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How is the Chinese economy recovering from COVID-19? Can it bounce back more quickly compared with countries that are still in lockdown? We caught up with Michael Pettis, Professor of Management Practice, Guanghua School of Management at Peking University on the state of the Chinese economy and his latest book, co-authored with Matt Klein "Trade Wa…
 
There has been a structural change between the Dragon and the Eagle. The COVID-19 global pandemic has recently added new complications to the world’s most important bilateral relationship. AmCham’s Margaret Loo caught up with Robert Daly, the Director of the Institute on China and the United States at the Woodrow Wilson Center to gain the on the gr…
 
As the COVID-19 situation is drastically escalating in the US, the world’s largest economy is in free fall. The US government has employed both fiscal and monetary policy tools in unprecedented ways to save the economy. AmCham’s Margaret Loo spoke with David Wessel, Director of the Hutchins Center at Brookings on the economic impact of COVID-19.…
 
A vote to authorize the Iraq war, a rocky time for the stock market, and slow economic growth marked a period of peak uncertainty for the US in 2002. Steve Forbes, Editor-in-Chief of Forbes Magazine and erstwhile presidential candidate, shares his robust views on taxes and wealth creation, the errors of central bankers and the prospects of war with…
 
The 90-day trade war truce between the US and China will end on March 1. Can the two countries strike a deal to end the dispute or does an ‘Economic Iron Curtain’ loom for the world’s two biggest economies? In light of the latest Sino-US tension, AmCham’s Margaret Loo spoke with Steve Vickers, CEO at Steve Vickers Associates, to hear his prognosis …
 
A snippet from former governor of Hong Kong Chris Patten’s 1997 speech at a luncheon hosted by the American Chamber of Commerce. Patten talks about Hong Kong’s achievements, its economy and the importance of maintaining the city’s business-friendly environment in the face of increasing political pressure in Asia.…
 
Dan Rosen, Rhodium Group partner and long-time China economy watcher, gave a morning breakfast briefing to AmCham members at the American Club in Hong Kong in which he discussed the recently released report “Missing Link: Corporate Governance in China’s State Sector,” produced in conjunction with the Asia Society. Hear the podcast. Read the report.…
 
On September 7, AmCham HK organized a very timely annual China Conference themed U.S. & China: Shaping the Future of Innovation & Technology. Taking this opportunity, Mr. Robert Grieves, Vice Chairman of AmCham HK sat down with world renowned academics, Prof. Stephen Roach and Prof. Minxin Pei, and to hear their insights on U.S.-China relations in …
 
On May 15, 2018, AmCham’s China Business Committee hosted a discussion on the latest U.S.-China trade tension as Chinese Vice Premier Liu He visits Washington this week for a second round of trade talk. Taking this opportunity, AmCham’s Margaret Loo had a conversation with Mr. Jacob Parker, Vice President of China Operations at U.S.- China Business…
 
Paul Donovan, UBS Wealth Management’s Global Chief Economist says the world’s economy should get along just fine with some prudent risk management from regulators. We shouldn’t worry over China’s debt burden, while the Bitcoin bubble is just an amusing side-show – unless you’re one of the unlucky few that’s heavily exposed to cryptocurrencies. We c…
 
AmCham hosted a discussion on what world powers can do about North Korea, as U.S. President Trump visits Asia this week. Former CNN correspondent Mike Chinoy, Non-Resident Senior Fellow at USC U.S.-China Institute, and author of two books on North Korea shares his perspective in a conversation with AmCham President Tara Joseph.…
 
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