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Thursday May 27th 2021
4pm SGT | 3pm WIB 


Jinny Yan

Chief economist, China

ICBC Standard Bank

Rebecca Fatima Sta Maria

Executive director

APEC Secretariat

Fukunari Kimura

Chief economist

Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia (ERIA)

Christopher Clague

Managing editor, Asia, and global editorial lead, trade and globalisation

The Economist Intelligence Unit

Christopher Clague

Managing editor, Asia, and global editorial lead, trade and globalisation

The Economist Intelligence Unit

Guy Scriven
Climate risk correspondent

The Economist

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Borderless Business: Capturing ASEAN-China trade opportunities took place on May 27th 2021. Thank you to the 450+ participants that made it such an exciting event!

The virtual event platform will remain open until May 27th 2022 including all content on-demand.

Businesses that trade across South-East Asia and China, after a tumultuous year of preservation and seeking stability, are preparing for growth as they enter the post-pandemic era with future resilience very much top of mind. The region and its trade corridors are undergoing a state of change with ASEAN overtaking the EU to become China’s number one trading partner in 2020, a growth that has been buoyed in part by China importing one-third of its integrated circuits from the region as well as three-fifths of its computers. The multilateral trade pact, the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP), as well as the somewhat overlapping Trans Pan-Pacific (TPP), highlight a step towards tighter integration between the economies in Asia, with RCEP estimated to add $186bn to global GDP. Asia is home to the largest contributor to the worldwide build-up of preferential trade agreements and South-East Asia is home to economies that have grown between 5-7% for the last decade. The pandemic has emphasised the need to secure trade and supply chain connectivity on essential goods. The future looks bright for businesses and supply chains across South-East Asia and China who are positioned to make the most of the opportunities the region has to offer.

Geopolitical tensions and regulatory divergences continue to exist however, and economic recovery across the region will not be uniform. What must organisations do to maximise their trade potential while enhancing their risk protection in 2021? 

In this online panel discussion hosted by an Economist Group editor, we will ask 3-4 experts for their thoughts on how Chinese businesses can capitalise on the flourishing trade between China and ASEAN.

Agenda 议程

Key questions that we'll be putting to the panel:

  • Where are we seeing Chinese companies flourishing the most along the ASEAN trade corridors and where will the next opportunities be found? 
  • Which locations and industries are experiencing the most cross-border investment? 
  • What role will digitisation and industry 4.0 play in capturing new opportunities?
  • How much will digitisation redefine the region’s trade and what must companies be doing to ensure they are ready for technological evolution?
  • How can organisations navigate these winds to make the most of post pandemic pent up demand?
  • Where does China’s Belt and Road initiative factor into the future of the region’s trade?
  • Can businesses expect to see the growth in the number of multilateral trade agreements around the world or will trade barriers increasingly need to be factored into risk and therefore be a condition of resilience?

Programmed by 内容策划

Borderless business: Capturing ASEAN-China trade opportunities  

商业无国界:把握东盟-中国贸易机会

Overview 总览

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Hosted by 主办

Simon Cox
Emerging markets editor
The Economist

Rebecca Fatima Sta Maria 
Executive director
APEC Secretariat

Daniel Tan 
Executive director and general manager, global account business, Asia-Pacific 
Lenovo

Heidi Toribio
Regional co-head, client coverage, Asia  Corporate, Commercial and Institutional Banking
Standard Chartered

Speakers 讲者

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Dennis She
Senior vice-president
LONGi Solar Technology

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Borderless Business: China-ASEAN Corridor

Opening doors to diverse opportunities

ASEAN’s fast-growing consumer markets, rapidly maturing supplier landscape, and regional trade links offer Chinese companies a strong growth potential in sectors such as high-value manufacturing, energy and digital services. This paper looks at high potential opportunities for cross-border growth and showcases key areas of focus for Chinese companies to succeed in the region as the world recovers from COVID-19.  

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