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Bank Of China U.S.A. Leadership Reelected To Lead China General Chamber Of Commerce-USA


On June 24, 2024, the China General Chamber of Commerce-USA (CGCC) Annual Members Meeting was successfully held in Washington, D.C. During the meeting, the general election of the Chairman, Vice Chairs, and Board of Directors of the CGCC was conducted. Bank of China U.S.A. was re-elected as the leading enterprise of CGCC, and Mr. Wei Hu, CEO of Bank of China U.S.A., was re-elected as the Chairman of CGCC.

The New Chairman and Vice Chairs of CGCC

After the election, Chairman Wei Hu presided over the working session of the newly elected CGCC Board of Directors. Mr. Hu remarked: "CGCC is the largest platform representing Chinese enterprises in the United States. All member enterprises uphold the principals of diligence, service, cooperation, and compliance, actively collaborating to jointly promote the development of U.S.-China business communities."

Mr. Wei Hu, CEO of Bank of China U.S.A., was re-elected as Chairman of CGCC

A total of 55 Board of Directors were elected at the meeting. For a complete list of Board members, please visit the official website of the China General Chamber of Commerce-USA

2024 CGCC Board of Directors

Bank of China U.S.A. has consistently served as the leading enterprise of CGCC for several consecutive years. It has actively contributed to overcoming challenges, fostering open communication, promoting mutual understanding, and providing a crucial platform for member enterprises. These efforts have created abundant opportunities for trade and economic cooperation, significantly enhancing U.S.-China business relations.


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