29 March 2023 | 9:15AM to 30 March 2023 | 12:00PM (SGT)
China and the Southeast Asia region have been powering global economic prosperity for the last decade, resulting in exponential investment growth, technological advancement, and population expansion, along with undesirable carbon footprints and fossil fuel usage. How might the deployment of technologies, carbon-neutral strategies, and new modes of international financing alter the course of global economic development?
Hong Kong's leading English-language daily South China Morning Post presents the fifth edition of China Conference: Southeast Asia in a hybrid format on March 29-30, 2023, bringing together government representatives, business leaders and regional spectators for a two-day immersion in the subjects of how China and Southeast Asia are shaping the global agenda.
This year's edition sheds light on the traditional and digital economy development in the region and looks into the future of technology-powered world. The high-level keynote speeches and on-stage panel discussions offer insightful and forward-looking views, paving the way for a renewed regional dynamic in 2023 and beyond.
Join Hinrich Foundation Research Fellow, Kati Suominen as she examines the diversification of Asian supply chains in the next decade to come. An expert on trade, globalization, and technology, Kati will discuss what it means to have meaningful diversification, how manufacturing industries uproot their heavy reliance on China, and the prospect of Southeast Asian countries being a serious alternative to China.
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