The Centre of Expertise on Trade,
Investment and Public Policy
Asia House Advisory’s weekly round up of trade, investment and policy developments across Asia.
Dr Koopman updated Asia House Corporate Members on the efforts being made to manage the economic shock from COVID-19, and the virus’s impact on the global trade architecture.
These insights are produced by The Straits Times, an official media partner of Asia House.
Speaking via video link, Nazir outlined the efforts to tackle the COVID-19 crisis, as well as the political situation in Malaysia and how he anticipates events to unfold.
The series features government officials, experts and decision makers from across Asia, the UK and the US.
Asia House Advisory takes a look at the top developments in Asia this week affecting trade, investment and public policy.
The Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development outlined the public health and economic measures being implemented to support businesses and Hong Kong’s worst-hit sectors.
The British Ambassador to China briefed Corporate Members via video link as Beijing reroutes flights and industry gets back online.
Sir Danny updated Asia House Corporate Members on the AIIB’s performance, the markets where financing has seen a particularly strong uptake, and the bank’s key strategy for the year ahead.
Experts at the Asia House conference called for greater efforts to address the challenges of climate change.
In light of the coronavirus, we have taken additional measures to mitigate risks and ensure Asia House continues to be a safe space for meetings, events and business activities
Economies, investors, companies and regulators need to up the pace and scale of adaption significantly in order to mitigate developing climate risks.
In a keynote speech at Asia House’s conference with McKinsey & Company, Woetzel presented the results of MGI’s report on climate risk and response.
Asia House held a conference to examine both the physical and socio-economic risks of climate change.
The Vice President and Head of International Affairs, US Chamber of Commerce, briefed Corporate Members on US-China relations and the upcoming Presidential elections.
Sarah King has more than 10 years of experience working with multinational companies across the financial services, transport, pharmaceutical and leisure industries.