ASEAN policymakers to promote broader and deeper bond markets across ASEAN to cushion against external shocks

On November 30, 2017

ASEAN policymakers to promote broader and deeper bond markets across ASEAN to cushion against external shocks

From left to right: Dr. Shu Tian, Economist, Economic Research and Regional Cooperation, Asian Development Bank; Ms. Maria Cynthia Petalcorin, Senior Economics Officer, Asian Development Bank; Mr. Kamarudin Hashim, Executive Director, Market and Corporate Supervision, Securities Commission Malaysia; Dr. Donghyun Park (Moderator), Principal Economist, Economic Research and Regional Cooperation, Asian Development Bank; Dr. Joseph E.
On November 30, 2017

ASEAN and Australian business must drive deeper engagement to capitalise on massive opportunities from the digital revolution

ASEAN Roundtable Series on Pivoting towards a new approach for Australia-ASEAN business engagement and growth in the digital age. Sydney, 21 November 2017 – Australia was ASEAN’s first dialogue partner in 1974 however, the economic relations between the two have not grown to its potential, especially with the populations of both nations being so closely