2011-06 Washington Doorknock, June 12-15, 2011
APCAC The Asia-Pacific Council of American Chambers of Commerce (APCAC) consists of 27 member AmChams that represent the growing interests of 10,000 businesses and 50,000 executives in 21 countries and economies of the Asia-Pacific region. The APCAC membership manages trade volumes in excess of US$400 billion and direct investments (FDI) of over US$200 billion.
The Washington Doorknock is APCAC’s annual meeting in Washington DC with leaders of the U.S. Government Executive Branch (White House, State, Treasury, Commerce, Homeland Security, U.S. Trade Representative, etc.) and Legislative Branch, both the Senate and the House of Representatives, to discuss issues in U.S. relations with the Asia Pacific region and countries.
At this event you’ll have opportunities to network with peers from around the Asia-Pacific region, meet fellow members of AmChams Boards of Governors, both senior executives from MNCs and entrepreneurs that have developed substantial APCAC-based businesses.
In addition, you’ll meet senior U.S. government and business leaders that have a special interest in the issues and developments in the Asia-Pacific region.
Conference Schedule - At-a-Glance (Additional details to be provided)
APCAC Report 2011 - to be provided
Report to APEC Leaders, Nov 2010
In the Leveraging APEC to Create New Jobs through Increased Trade and Economic Growth, U .S. business leaders have high expectations for the Asia-Paciﬁc Economic Cooperation (APEC) forum as the leading multilateral organization in the Asia-Paciﬁc region. It is important for APEC member economies to drive a sustained common agenda by developing concrete initiatives that build momentum from year to year so as to deliver more tangible beneﬁts to businesses, workers and their families. Such initiatives would promote trade and investment and create needed jobs. Read more
APCAC Report 2010
In the APCAC Report 2010, Ameriusiness leaders across Asia Pacific offer their recommendations for advancing the competitiveness of American products and services in the fastest growing region of the world. The APCAC Report was a new initiative stemming from the 2009 APCAC Conference in Singapore. Now in its second year, the APCAC Report 2010 has been expanded to include even moredback from companies to both the U.S. and regional governments.
AmCham provides American businesses and businesspersons with a venue for the exchange of ideas and for identifying common purposes to pursue in both the private and government sectors, in Thailand, in the Asian region, and in the United States.