APCAC 2018: A bold future for U.S. businesses in Asia

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Asia Pacific Council of American Chambers of Commerce (APCAC) chairman Jackson Cox said the conference has proved vitally important in creating connections and deepening business engagement in what is the fastest growing region of the world. (Bernama photo)


KUALA LUMPUR: One of the most anticipated business summits has wrapped up with new resolve for business engagement between Asia and the United States, despite recent announcements on international trade and tariffs.

More than 300 leading business, government, diplomatic and academic figures from more than 12 countries across Asia and the U.S. met here for the 2018 APCAC (Asia Pacific Council of American Chambers of Commerce) Business Summit.

APCAC chairman Jackson Cox said the conference has proved vitally important in creating connections and deepening business engagement in what is the fastest growing region of the world.

“It has been a great week in Kuala Lumpur as we have met to chart a bold future for U.S. business in Asia. I am optimistic that the future of American business here will remain strong,” Cox said in a statement.

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