Virtual Briefing:

Executive Order on Investments in Countries of Concern

Virtual Briefing on Executive Order Setting Restrictions on Investments in Countries of Concern

AmCham members are invited for a briefing with John Murphy, Senior Vice President for International Policy and Acting Head of International at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

The Biden Administration issued an Executive Order on “Investments in Certain National Security Technologies and Products in Countries of Concern” on August 9. The Executive Order addresses restrictions on U.S. investments in China.

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce has received requests from multiple AmChams and embassies to learn more about the EO as Europe evaluates how this impacts their position on Chinese investments.

This is a closed, off-the-record discussion that is not open to the press. This meeting will be held virtually via Microsoft Teams.

**By invitation only, please contact the AmCham office to register:


John Murphy
John Murphy directs the U.S. Chamber’s advocacy relating to international trade and investment policy. Since joining the Chamber in 1999, Murphy has led its successful campaigns to win congressional passage of trade agreements with a dozen nations and its advocacy to shape numerous other trade bills. He regularly represents the Chamber before Congress, the administration, foreign governments, and the World Trade Organization.