Infrastructure growth is on the front page of every developing country in Asia, especially China, as they come to the realization its importance as an economic driver. Simultaneously, additional sources of finance from regional powers, development institutions, and commercial markets
YCW Singapore was launched in late June 2015, the organization's eighth global chapter. Geographically located within six hours of major cities in China and India, the biggest powers in Asia, Singapore has grown to be the ideal crossroads between East and West. The city-state plays a pivotal role in the West’s engagement with Asia and vice versa. YCW Singapore is well positioned to tap into the country’s robust, multi-racial and large international community to examine the delicate foreign policy dynamics, economic and social interactions between the East and West.
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Inspirations from the ground: 15 years in Yunnan, China with Dr. Tan Lai Yong Thursday, January 24, 2019, 19:30 Jiang Education Center, 149 Rochor Rd, #05-12, Fu Lu Shou Complex 188425 [19:00] Doors Open [19:30] Event Begins In 1996, Dr.Tan
China’s BRI Projects and Its Implications for the Global Economy by Mr. Yaseen Anwar Senior Advisor, Industrial & Commercial Bank of China, (ICBC) Singapore Wednesday, December 19, 2018, 19:00 Katalyst, 1 North Bridge Road, #07-05 High Street Centre Singapore 179094
Common perceptions that China allegedly has overwhelming political and economic leverage over North Korea are not able to explain why three successive Kim regimes had been able to defy Chinese pressure to cease provocations or denuclearize. This talk aims to
India is experiencing a period of rapid development characterised by extremes of wealth, growing inequality and unstable industrial growth — a period James Crabtree calls “the Billionaire Raj” in his new book, which was recently short-listed for the FT /