AmCham China News

AmCham China Calls on China to Reconsider New Procurement Regulations

Newly announced procurement regulations could significantly restrict or even block foreign companies from selling their products to the Chinese government.  As part of AmCham China’s ongoing advocacy strategy, the chamber works to represent member interests to improve the environment for business in China.  The new regulations are of concern and AmCham China, along with 33 other organizations, signed a letter that has been submitted to the Chinese authorities.  The chamber also issued an independent statement on the matter.    

See attachments below for AmCham China Statement (English and Chinese)

Letter Signed by AmCham China:
http://online.wsj.com/public/resources/documents/chinaprocurementletter1210.pdf

See also below for a translation of the new regulations (English translation)

Wall Street Journal Story:
http://online.wsj.com/article/SB126047365539485893.html#

Associated Press Story:
http://m.apnews.com/ap/db_15811/contentdetail.htm?contentguid=NhzzkuKk

Attachment

091211AmCham China Circular 618 Statement.doc

091211中国美国商会声明.doc

Indigenous_Innovation_Product_Application_Procedure.pdf