In this webinar, Tan Sri Datuk Rebecca Fatima Sta Maria, Mr Benjamin Tan and Mr Eduardo Pedrosa discussed “Asia-Pacific in 2020: Looking Back and Looking Forward”.
This webinar examines how the automotive industry in the Indonesia and Vietnam are facing the challenges brought about by technological advancement and changing consumer expectations.
This webinar aims to examine the impact of these changes on the auto sector in selected APEC economies, namely Japan, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam.
In this webinar, Dr Denis Hew and Ms Satvinderjit Kaur Singh discussed findings from the latest APEC Regional Trends Analysis (ARTA)—the flagship publication of the APEC Policy Support Unit (PSU), and also discussed the ARTA theme chapter on the Circular Economy.
This seminar discusses the major economic and trade trends in the APEC region.
In this seminar, Dr Neil Ruiz, Associate Director for Global Migration and Demography at the Pew Research Center, shared some of the key findings of a newly-released study on what the public in twenty-seven nations thinks about migration
The Singapore APEC Study centre at ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute organised a seminar with Mr Emmanuel A. San Andres and Ms Rhea C. Hernando as the key speakers from the APEC Policy Support Unit (PSU) to share the findings of the ‘APEC Regional Trends Analysis (ARTA): Mixed Growth amid Heightened Uncertainty’ research report.
The 2018 Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) theme is “Harnessing Inclusive Opportunities, Embracing the Digital Future”. To explain the implications of this theme and summarise the key outcomes of the recently concluded APEC Trade Ministers’ meeting in Port Moresby, the Singapore APEC Study Centre at ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute organised a seminar with key speakers Dr Denis Hew and Mr Emmanuel A. San Andres from the APEC Policy Support Unit, and Mr Benjamin Tan from Singapore’s Ministry of Trade and Industry.
The recently concluded APEC summit was centred on the theme of “Creating New Dynamism, Fostering a Shared Future”. To gain some first hand insights into the actual negotiations that took place between the participants and the policy priorities for upcoming summits, ISEAS invited three distinguished speakers, Dr Alan Bollard, Mr Ivan Pomaleu, and Mr Eduardo Pedrosa.
The Singapore APEC Study Centre invited policymakers and experts to share their insights on the recently concluded trade ministers meeting from the 21 APEC member economies in Hanoi, Vietnam.