The Hong Kong business community is deeply impacted by recent changes in the dynamic US-Hong Kong-China relationship. With the introduction of targeted US economic sanctions and export controls, and the revocation of Hong Kong's special status under some US laws, companies doing business or investing in Hong Kong face new risks and challenges unlike before.
Join the American Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong for a special presentation featuring two former US government officials and experts in US sanctions and export controls, John Smith and Wendy Wysong, for a discussion of what these changes mean (and don't mean) for Hong Kong. Our speakers will aim to clarify common misunderstandings about US sanctions and export controls, highlight practical risks and impact and draw attention to key issues beneath the political rhetoric that warrant our attention. Their presentations will be followed by a Q&A period open to all attendees.
Please join us for a Zoom meeting with the following details:
· Webinar details will be sending out a day before the event.
· If you are new to Zoom, here are instructions on how to download the software and join a meeting. Please familiarize yourself with the platform beforehand.
· Please log in at 2:45pm, 15 minutes in advance of the session start time. This will allow time to troubleshoot any technical issues and start promptly at 3:00pm.
· Please type in your questions in the "Chat" button at the bottom screen, the moderator will be selecting questions during the Q&A sessions. If you are using the mobile app, please click "Participants" then "Chat."
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- Event Closed to Media