6 Jun 2019

3rd High Level Dialogue on ASEAN Italy Economic Relations

High Level Dialogue on ASEAN Italy Economic Relations

Third edition
June 5 and 6, 2019
Hanoi, Vietnam (Meliá Hotel)
BUILDING AN EXCLUSIVE, INFLUENTIAL COMMUNITY OF LEADERS FOR GROWING THEIR ENTERPRISES, THEIR COUNTRIES, AND THEIR CONTINENTS

ASEAN countries are the 5th largest economy in the world – predicted to become the 4th largest in 2030 – and the 3rd largest area by population. ASEAN countries are undertaking a process of regional integration aimed to build a borderless economic community, and together with Australia, India, Japan, South Korea, New Zealand and China, the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP), the world’s biggest trade agreement, will be created.

Italy has first-class capabilities and high-tech production to match the industrial and developmental needs of the ASEAN countries. Furthermore, the European Union is negotiating trade and investment protection agreements with ASEAN countries, with some of them – such the one with Singapore and Vietnam – expected to come into force
shortly, thus opening-up new opportunities.

Now at its 3rd edition, the High Level Dialogue on ASEAN Italy Economic Relations, reserved to ASEAN Countries and European Chairmen and CEOs, Ministers and Institution Leaders by invitation only, is affirming as the place of reference to strengthen economic ties between ASEAN countries and Italy.

More info @ http://eventi.ambrosetti.eu/high-level-dialogue-asean-italy-2019/

In primo piano
Singapore Minister for Trade, Sim Ann, and EU Commissioner for Trade Cecilia Malmstrom

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