The Centre of Expertise on Trade,
Investment and Public Policy
Thailand will struggle unless it can ramp up its infrastructure spending and jumpstart exports.
The Asia Pacific region will need to spend US$5.36 trillion annually on infrastructure by 2025.
Indonesia’s Minister of State Owned Enterprises discussed the country’s economic outlook.
The Chinese Government said social media was a new platform for public diplomacy.
HE Saikhanbileg Chimed and The Rt Hon Hugo Swire MP discuss opportunities for Britain in Mongolia.
The Korean dancers performing Silence on 13 July explain what to expect.
David Landsman, Executive Director of Tata, spoke about the attractiveness of investment in the UK.
Changes to economic provisions could trigger a surge of international investment in the country.
Economic reforms have turned the country into an attractive destination for international investment.
Topics covered included the Government’s increased investment in education and infrastructure development.
While the region is diverse the growing middle classes in ASEAN share similar consumption patterns.
HE Le Luong Minh said the ASEAN Economic Community would be launched at the end of the year.
HE Le Luong Minh spoke at a private briefing and drinks reception held at Asia House.
The chairman of HSBC India is upbeat about India’s prospects in an Asia House interview.
In an Asia House interview Jusuf Kalla said infrastructure spending would revive the economy.
The Director for MENA at the FCO Jane Marriott OBE highlighted potential commercial opportunities.