Ministers and officials from the US, Indonesia, and Thailand will join Asia House Corporate Members for a range of high-level briefings in the sidelines of the G20 Finance Ministers Meeting and IMF summit in Washington DC.
Corporate Members will be briefed on key economic developments ahead of the G20 Summit in Bali in November.
Sri Mulyani, Minister of Finance, Indonesia, will take part in a roundtable discussion with senior business figures from Asia House’s global network on 11 October. The Minister will discuss investment opportunities in Indonesia and the country’s economic outlook, as well as its ambitions for the G20 summit.
Also on 11 October, Asia House Corporate Members will meet with Deputy US Trade Representative Sarah Bianchi, who will discuss US trade policy in Asia and share the latest developments around the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework.
On 12 October, Asia House will convene a briefing with Thailand’s Minister of Finance, Arkhom Termpittayapaisith, who will provide an update on the Thai economy – the second largest in Southeast Asia after Indonesia.
The discussions, moderated by Asia House Chief Executive Michael Lawrence, mark the first time Asia House has convened dialogues in Washington DC, and will provide Corporate Members with unique insights into some of Asia’s most dynamic economies amid a challenging economic and geopolitical environment.
For more information, please contact Edward Danks, Programme Associate: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note: these in-person briefings take place in Washington DC.
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