Asia-Global Dialogue 2017: Asian Perspectives in a New Global Economy

Date: Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Venue: Main Conference at Loke Yew Hall, HKU Main Building

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New political leaders who rose to power on the back of the populist vote appear to be steering the world away from globalization. Will this trend continue? Asia-Global Dialogue 2017: Asian Perspectives in a New Global Economy focused on issues triggered by populism and a perceived retreat from globalization. Discussions were also held on trade, finance, sustainable development, and the potential impact of artificial intelligence.

Asia-Global Dialogue (AGD) was first launched in 2012, and is the Institute’s premier forum for constructive dialogue to bring out fresh insights and Asian perspectives on key global issues with a select group of business leaders, international policy makers, and influential members of civil society. Past conferences have featured such international thought leaders as U.S. Federal Reserve Board Member Stanley Fischer; Former U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Paul Volker; HSBC Holdings Group CEO Stuart Gulliver; Suntory Holdings President Takeshi Niinami; The Center for Global Enterprise Chairman Sam Palmisano; GE Vice Chairman John Rice; Schneider Electric CEO Jean-Pascal Tricoire; and Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken Chairman Marcus Wallenberg.

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