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EICN SG: Battery Wars

February 23rd, 2024

Expanding the battery supply chain to match the enormous global demand for electric vehicles represents one of the greatest industrial challenges ever attempted.

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  • Business, Industry

EICN Shanghai – ESG Evolution in the Dragon’s Den

February 14th, 2024

Join us for a thought-provoking discussion to discover the latest ESG initiatives and policies, gain insights into how companies are fostering positive social impacts, and explore best practices in corporate governance, transparency, and ethical business conduct, and how they contribute to long-term sustainability.

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EICN Tokyo – Dragonomics: China risk and opportunity for corporate Japan

February 14th, 2024

Join our panel as we discuss the latest analysis on supply chain friction, political flashpoints and our views on Chinese economic growth prospects and what they mean for Japan. We will also examine the Chinese economy in a wider context with an overview of the Kishida Administration’s economic policy in the Indo-Pacific region and the prospect for Japan-China relations.

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Middle East Business Outlook 2024

January 23rd, 2024

Join our annual regional business outlook event as we take a closer look at pivotal trends including exploring the AI landscape and organisations’ sustainability agendas to help business leaders navigate the challenges and uncover priorities for the year ahead.

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EICN HK- Let’s Talk Supply Chain

January 4th, 2024

Join our panel of industry leaders as they share insights on how companies are adopting diverse strategies to address global trade changes and uncertainties while, in some cases, reducing their exposure and “de-risking” from China.

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EICN Beijing – Understanding the new China playbook

January 3rd, 2024

In this session, we’ll be in conversation about some of the themes, including the strengths and vulnerabilities of the Chinese system, what historical legacies continue to shape China’s government and economy, and where China might go from here, especially the future of China’s economy.

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