iAdvisory Seminar: ASEAN Outlook 2017

Thu, 23 Feb, 2017, 2:30 PM - 5:30 PM (GMT+8)
IE Singapore Level 10 Little Red Dot Seminar Room Bugis Junction Towers Singapore
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The implications of a Trump presidency in the world's largest economy are complex. Trump's push for increased US trade protectionism is likely to affect ASEAN economies vulnerable to any reduction in export demand. With claims to impose large tariffs on China's export into US, ASEAN could further suffer from the spillover effects from China's slowing growth.

​However, amidst the global uncertainities and economic slowdown, ASEAN remains a promising regiona for trade and investments. A growing middle class, increasing regional integration propelled by the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) and a growing demand for infrastructure development are set to fuel growth in the region.

Seminar Highlights (Subject to change): 
2.30pmOpening Remarks
Ms Michelle Chow, Group Director, Enterprise Partnership Group, IE Singapore
2.40pmOutlook 2017: ASEAN still Beckons
Mr Ivan Tan, Group Director, Southeast Asia & Oceania Group, IE Singapore
3.00pmCompany Sharing
Mr Max Yeow, Managing Director, Tai Sei Hei Pte Ltd
3.20pmNetworking Teabreak
4.00pmBusiness Expectations for ASEAN in 2017
Mr Jimmy Koh, Head, Investor Relations & Research, UOB
5.00pmCompany Sharing
Mr Marvin Tan, Group CFO and Executive Director, JK Group

Who Should Attend: 
CXOs, CIOs, Business Owners of SMEs and key decision makers with interest in internationalisation plans. 

iAdvisory Seminar: ASEAN Outlook 2017

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