All of us in the 21st century like to make plans, but businesses – small, medium-size or gargantuan – absolutely have to. It’s never easy, but in Asia especially, planning may soon be more impossible than ever. The US and
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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“The Communist Party of China Central Committee proposed to remove the expression that the President and Vice-President of the People’s Republic of China “shall serve no more than two consecutive terms” from the country’s Constitution” -Xinhuanet.com On Sunday 25 February
James Tan is the first Singaporean founder and C-level executive of a public-listed China internet company. How was the internet scene in China like in the late 2000s? What were the challenges and opportunities he encountered as they grew from
The presentation begins with an analysis of the demand and supply of currencies used by transactors. What motivates individuals and businesses to use a currency other than their own? If businesses in Singapore and Indonesia cannot agree on using SGD
Professor Roger Leeds is the Director of the Center for International Business and Public Policy at Johns Hopkins SAIS. Among others things, Prof Leeds will be speaking about China-specific topics covered in his recently published book, “Private Equity Investing in