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Asia Economic Outlook for 2017 - Still Stuck in the New Normal?

Richard Martin, Managing Director, IMA Asia

Venue : Stamford American Auditorium (AmCham Office, 1 Scotts Rd, #23-01/05 Shaw Centre)

Date : November 28, 2016

Time : 11:45 AM - 1:30 PM

Price : $25.00

Description

Since 2012, global output growth has sagged, trade has run flat, and inflation has disappeared. The world economy, and global markets, are clearly rebalancing in unexpected ways.

In this session, we will be joined by Richard Martin of IMA Asia to talk about these challenges. In his opening remarks, Richard will focus on the underlying changes in the global economy and touch on how Asian economies might perform over the next five years. In part, the goal is deciding which forces can override the new normal, and then thinking about how they are likely to transform markets. Opening comments will be brief, with a focus on debating the issues.


About the Speaker: 

Richard Martin has over three decades of experience in analysis, research, publishing, and consulting in the Asia Pacific region.  He is IMA Asia’s founder, and is responsible for the group’s activities in China, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Australia.  He is also IMA Asia’s lead analyst, with responsibility for guiding the team across 14 countries in the production of country assessments and market forecasts. Richard is also the founding editor of the monthly Asia Pacific Executive Brief and the quarterly Asia Forecast Book, and a chairman of the Asia CEO Forum.

Prior to founding IMA Asia in 1990, Richard served as the Economist Intelligence Unit’s Director for Southeast Asia based in Singapore, having joined the unit’s Asian operations in Hong Kong in 1980.  During his time as Director, Richard set up the regional office in the city and built country CEO briefing programs with associates in Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Philippines.  

Richard is regularly quoted in the media and since 2012 has been a fortnightly guest commentator on the outlook for Asian markets on CNBC.  Richard holds an Honors Degree in Politics from Sydney University and a Master’s Degree in Asian Area Studies from London University (LSE and SOAS).   
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