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Linking businesses to the global community

AmCham organizes various industry-related events wherein members and non-members can discuss the current and most-pressing issues faced by the business sector across the country.

The Chamber links the private and public sector and engages the civil society and local and foreign partners in order to develop solutions to various social, economic, and political issues, which create opportunities for stakeholders to push for the country’s progress.

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      Speakers: Engr. Jean Rosete, ENT Specialist, The Medical City Dr. Hilario Tamondong, Pulmonologist, The Medical City Dr. James Bernard Simpas, Head of Air Quality Dynamics, Manila Observatory Dr. Maria Obiminda Cambaliza, Professor, Physics, School of Science and Engineering, Ateneo de Manila University Mr. Anthony Dy, GET Philippines (more…)


The future of energy is a new value chain augmented and interconnected by digital technologies, where both power and information flow in multiple directions, all actors add value to the system, and the overall efficiency and resilience of the system hinge on information sharing, openness, collaboration, coordination, and the right set of incentives.   The end result will be a system that provides electricity in the most reliable, sustainable and economic manner.


Mr. Alex Boome will discuss about the Hinrich Foundation Sustainable Trade Index. Which shows how International trade has become fundamental to economic growth and in doing so, has helped to lift hundreds of millions out of poverty. But it is not without costs and risks. The flow of goods and services across borders can disrupt labour markets, accelerate environmental degradation, and contribute to worsening inequality.


Mr. Alex Boome will discuss about the Hinrich Foundation Sustainable Trade Index. Which shows how International trade has become fundamental to economic growth and in doing so, has helped to lift hundreds of millions out of poverty. But it is not without costs and risks. The flow of goods and services across borders can disrupt labour markets, accelerate environmental degradation, and contribute to worsening inequality.


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