Asia Briefing LIVE 2021VIEW EVENT DETAILS
Our premier executive forum taking the pulse of a complex Asia and Australia’s relationships in the region - in partnership with Bloomberg.
As Asia emerges from the COVID-19 pandemic and starts the recovery, it faces stark new realities. The U.S. - China competition is now structural and all-encompassing. Economies and regional connectivity are weakened. Democracy is in decline and illiberalism is on the rise. Populations are anxious about climate change, gender equality and human rights. Yet, Asia is also showing remarkable resilience and strong signs of economic recovery .
Join us on Thursday 7 October for our annual executive forum, Asia Briefing LIVE, as we take the pulse of the economic, geopolitical and business trends in Asia.
The theme of this year’s forum is: Rethink, Recovery, Renewal. Is Asia of 2021 at an inflection point? Can Asia’s delicate balance of power and economic dynamism be maintained amidst a dangerous cocktail of security, political and economic challenges?
Asia Briefing LIVE is presented in partnership with Bloomberg, the leading global business media company, with all sessions moderated by Bloomberg’s award-winning journalists and editors. The forum brings together Australian and global CEOs, business and non-profit leaders with academics, analysts and policymakers for an deep dive into Asia’s geopolitics, economies, and business.
Date: Thursday 7 October 2020
Venue: Streaming online with select sessions in-person in Sydney and Melbourne)
Registration: Will open soon
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About our Speakers (more to be announced)
Ed Johnson, Managing Editor, Australia and New Zealand, Bloomberg
Ed is a journalist with two decades of experience reporting on politics, world affairs, and financial markets. As a managing editor for Bloomberg News in Sydney, he oversees a team of more than 40 reporters and editors covering markets, companies, economy, and government in Australia and New Zealand.
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