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Asia's Economies and Markets Panel at Asia Briefing LIVE

SYDNEY, November 1, 2018 — TN Ninan, Chairman of Business Standards Ltd, is joined by Heather Ridout AO, Chair of Australian Super; The Hon. Chris Bowen MP, Member of Parliament for McMahon, Shadow Treasurer, and Shadow Minister for Small Business; and Sally Auld, Chief Economist and Head of AUS/NZ Fixed Income and FX Strategy at J.P. Morgan for a panel discussion on Asia's economies and markets as U.S.-China trade tensions rise. Moderated by Michael Heath, Australia economics reporter for Bloomberg, the economics panel was one of four at Asia Briefing LIVE, a new annual executive forum that takes the pulse of Asia as well as Australia's engagement with the region. The event was co-hosted by Asia Society Australia and Bloomberg. (36 min., 10 sec.)


Arts
 /  New York
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Arts
 /  Hong Kong
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Arts
 /  Hong Kong
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Arts
 /  Hong Kong
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Arts
 /  Hong Kong
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Arts
 /  Hong Kong
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Arts
 /  New York
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Arts
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Arts
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Arts
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Arts
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Arts
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