This year’s conference offers keynote speeches, interviews and panel discussions offering viewers access to crucial, thought-provoking theories about what an upgrade to a “comprehensive strategic partnership” between ASEAN and China means to the region, the latest on how CPTPP and RCEP are impacting global trade and supply chains, what ASEAN nations can do as the dispute over the South China Sea intensifies, the economic impact of ‘living with Covid’ vs. ‘Covid-zero’, strategies in integrating ASEAN and China’s financial systems, how digital currencies are impacting the region’s fintech ecosystem, how ASEAN and China can work together on green transformation, and why the region’s digital economy is set to continue unprecedented levels of growth.
AT A GLANCE
global attendees registered
companies took part
countries and regions represented
Dr. Vivian Balakrishnan
Minister for Foreign Affairs
Government of Singapore
Amb. Deng Xijun
Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the People’s Republic of China to ASEAN
People's Republic of China
Low Yen Ling
Minister of State, Ministry of Trade and Industry & Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth
Government of Singapore
The 2022 edition of the China Conference: Southeast Asia had:
- 27 speakers from governments, think tanks, businesses and NGOs
- 10 high-powered, influential sessions
- Over 2,000 registrations
- More than 30 countries & regions represented
- Almost 100 industries participated
- Representing more than 480 companies
Panel discussions and keynote interviews offering crucial, thought-provoking theories about
- How will the new trade agreements impact the relationship between ASEAN and China, and how will it help global trade?
- How can China and the ASEAN work together in green transformation?
- Facilitating financial connectivity between ASEAN and China markets
- How are digital currencies set to impact the region's fintech ecosystem?
- Can ASEAN's digital economy continue its unprecedented growth?
- How does China's regulatory crackdown impact the ASEAN region?
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