Upon entering the event, please drop your ticket stub with the staff. A door prize winner will be drawn at the beginning of dinner. Read more
The AmCham Board of Governors cordially invites you to the 18th Annual AmCham Governors’ Ball, this year themed “Christmas in New England” to be held on Saturday, December 7, 2013, from 6:30 pm.
The premier formal Christmas gala in Vietnam, the Governors’ Ball is a unique opportunity to enjoy a festive and charitable celebration.
This formal year-end holiday fête features gourmet fare, first-class musical entertainment, wonderful raffle prizes and abundance of holiday cheer, bringing together our extended American community of AmCham member executives, spouses and guests, U.S. and Vietnamese government officials. Read more
Nearly 1000 volunteers including employees of 20 member companies of AmCham Vietnam, Intel Products Vietnam, students from Nguyen Thi Dinh secondary school and officers of Long Dien District People’s Committee joined the event AmCham Community Day 2013 with the theme of “Act Clean. Save Green”. The volunteers along with local people took part in parading to raising public awareness in coastal environment protection and planting trees for the 2 coastal districts.
Overseas Private Investment Corp. Executive VP Mimi Alemayehou is looking for opportunities to support U.S. business and projects in Vietnam with both loans and loan guarantees of up to $ 250 million/project, and Political Risk Insurance of up to $ 250 million for “non-commercial risks.” Register Online Read more
It’s our Community Day! This year, we re-invent the annual International Coastal Clean-up Day, and take it to the next level with additional interesting activities. Please confirm the number of participants from your company before October 7. To register, please email to [email protected] If your group is more than 10 volunteers, please click here to download Registration Form Read more
It’s our Community Day! This year, we re-invent the annual International Coastal Clean-up Day to the next level with additional interesting activities.
Whether you live near the coast or thousands of miles inland, we are all connected to the ocean. It moderates our climate, provides the air we breathe, and much of the food we eat. All activities are to take place at the coastal town:
When and Where
Time: 6:00 a.m. – 05:00 p.m. on Saturday, October 19, 2013
Venue: Long Dien, Ba Ria – Vung Tau. (map included) Read more
View and download the presentations
Trans-Pacific Partnership – Overview and Assessment, by Fred Burke – Baker & McKenzie (EN | VN)
Trans-Pacific Partnership “How to become a supplier to U.S. buyers”, by Herb Cochran – AmCham Vietnam (EN)
How to gain TRUST & CONFIDENCE with International Buyer?, by Nguyen Ngoc Hung – Dun & Bradstreet (EN | VN)
Electronic Data Interchange (EDI), by Nguyen Kim Anh – DiCentral (EN | VN)
Quality, Compliance & Sustainability, Intertek (EN | VN)
Product Liability Insurance – Conceptual Presentation, by Tran Van Luat – AEGIS (EN | VN) Read more
As U.S. customers now are shifting to purchasing Southeast Asian commodities instead of from Chinese vendors, Vietnamese companies need to make the most of the great chance, the American Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam (AmCham Vietnam) said.
At a seminar on the Trans-Pacific Strategic Economic Partnership Agreement (TPP) organized by AmCham Vietnam and the Leading Business Club in HCMC on Wednesday, Mark Gillin, chairman of AmCham, said TPP is triggering order and investment transfers to TPP members from other countries. In fact, many U.S. investors have recently switched from China to Vietnam. Read more
What does the Trans-Pacific Partnership Free Trade Agreement mean for your business in Vietnam? Join us on May 24 to hear the interests and concerns from leaders of major FDI business associations in Vietnam, some that are members of the TPP, and some that are not members, but their FDI investments will benefit since they are producing in Vietnam for export to TPP member countries. Afternoon seminar, followed by dinner with keynote speech by U.S. Ambassador to Vietnam David Shear. Read more
CBRE Vietnam shared its view on the industrial real estate market against challenging market conditions in 2012 and provided a 2013 forecast based on major recent case studies on who / where/ why. Despite difficulties and declines in FDI, a steady but reduced inflow is underway. FDI business association representatives continue to highlight for regional and national governments that a major challenge in Vietnam is improving quantity and quality of FDI, and that FDI in Vietnam is hindered by the high price of industrial land … weak infrastructure, poor training of workers, and lack of supporting industries.