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Arkhom Termpittayapaisith briefed Asia House Corporate Members in the sidelines of the IMF and G20 Finance Ministers Meetings in Washington.
Ambassador Sarah Bianchi, Deputy US Trade Representative, briefed Asia House Corporate Members on US ambitions in Asia.
Indonesia’s Finance Minister discussed the country’s economy, energy transition, and global challenges ahead of the G20 Summit in Bail.
The latest update to the Asia House Economic Readiness Indices suggest that financial resilience has declined in Asia.
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 Meetings in Washington DC.
The Minister of State-Owned Enterprises briefed Asia House Corporate Members on opportunities emerging in Indonesia’s dynamic economy.
The Asia House Fellowship Programme aims to develop the next generation of business and policy leaders, offering a unique opportunity to join the global conversation. Applications for 2023 are now open.
The upcoming National Congress of the Chinese Communist Party will have profound implications for China and the global economy. Zhouchen Mao, Head of Research and Advisory at Asia House, shares his analysis ahead of October’s key summit.
Sethaput Suthiwartnarueput briefed Asia House Corporate Members on Thailand’s economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic and outlined the nature of inflation in the country.
Phyllis Papadavid, Director of Research at Asia House, looks at recent UK export trends and highlights a need for more innovative UK trade policy towards Asia.
We are saddened to learn of the passing of Mauro Petriccione, Director-General for Climate Action at the European Commission.
The Deputy US Trade Representative briefed Asia House Corporate Members on Washington’s trade ambitions in the Indo-Pacific.
The Q2 update to the indices – which were originally launched in January 2022 – shows varied developments in the region’s economic readiness scores. The economic impacts of the Ukraine crisis coupled with faster than expected global monetary tightening will continue to heighten Asia’s economic headwinds.
The Labour Party’s China policy and the strategic importance of the Indo-Pacific were addressed in a wide-ranging Asia House discussion.
The Asia House briefing on key trade, investment, and policy issues to watch across Asia in the week ahead, with analysis and views from our Research and Advisory team.
After an extensive recruitment process, which saw almost 400 applications from more than 30 countries, Aarthi Raghavan and Ivo Walinga will join the think tank as Asia House Fellows in October 2022.