AmCham-China Members Elect 2012 Board of Governors

2011-11-10 21:38 819

BEIJING, November 10, 2011 /PRNewswire-Asia/ -- Members of the American Chamber of Commerce in the People's Republic of China (AmCham-China) elected its 2012 Board of Governors to lead the organization at its Annual General Meeting today. Ted Dean was re-elected as Chairman. All of the three 2011 Vice Chairs were re-elected for this position.

The AmCham-China 2012 Board of Governors are:

Ted Dean

Michael Crain
Gregory Gilligan
Wang Li-Moser

Board of Governors
Ira Cohen
Mark Duval
Matthew Estes
Barry Friedman
George Huang
Nina Hsu
Malone Ma
Ningke Peng
Lester Ross
Timothy Stratford

The new Board of Governors will take office on January 1, 2012.

About the American Chamber of Commerce in China

AmCham-China is an independent, non-profit organization representing the interests of over 2,600 companies and individuals doing business throughout China. First founded in 1920, it was formally recognized by China's Ministry of Civil Affairs in 1991. The organization has its headquarters in Beijing, with chapters in Central China (Wuhan), Tianjin and Dalian. For more information, visit:

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Source: AmCham-China