American Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam (AMCHAM)
76 Le Lai Street
Ho Chi Minh
+84 8 3824 3562
American Chambers of Commerce (AmChams) are organizations formed under two systems: the system of their host country and the system of the United States.
So AmCham respects and adheres carefully to the law and regulations of both countries.
In Vietnam, AmCham is established under the authority of the Decree of the Government Promulgating the Regulations on the Establishment of Foreign Business Associations in Vietnam, Decree No. 08/1998/ND-CP, 22 Jan 98.
In the United States, chambers of commerce are established under the authority of the the Internal Revenue Code, 501 c (6), and AmCham is an “Organization Member” and subject to the charter and bylaws of the national-level Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America®. As an Organization Member, AmCham Vietnam abides by the Principles to Govern American Chambers Abroadestablished by the Chamber of Commerce of the USA, in cooperation with AmChams.
Accordingly, by both Vietnamse and U.S. law, AmCham Vietnam members are principally American or international companies involved in trade and investment with the United States.
Ms. Ly Le
Ms. Sherry Boger
Mr. Jonathan Moreno
Mr. Jeff McLean