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The geopolitical competition between the US and China will increase significantly in the coming decades. This will put all countries in the Asia Pacific region in a difficult position, especially if they have to choose between both parties. Join Mr Kishore Mahbubani, Distinguished Fellow, Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore this November as he shares his views on US-China Trade War and their implications to ASEAN.
Both the United States and China are important economic partners of ASEAN – the US is the 4th largest trading partner for ASEAN while China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) presents vast opportunities to enhance greater global economic integration and investment linkages within ASEAN. The two countries continue to be embroiled in a trade war, with debilitating consequences for business and governments alike. Hear from Mr Kishore Mahbubani what implications the ongoing trade war hold for businesses in ASEAN?