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An update on US-China relations and an outlook for South-east Asia

When President Biden was elected in November 2020, many wondered how US-China relations would change, and how that would affect South-east Asia. A year later, those questions still remain, and business leaders need some answers as they prepare for 2022 and beyond. In this session we will examine what has changed and what effect it may have on our region. We will also look ahead at the continuing evolution of the relationship, and the potential implications for governments and businesses in the region. Our panelists will discuss how the business environment is being affected and what organisations can do to shelter themselves as two major powers continue their competition.

Nov 23, 2021 // 12:45 PM – 2 PM (GMT+8)

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Kenneth Siow

Regional Director for Southeast Asia and General Manager (Singapore) of Tencent Cloud International

Patrick Loh

Executive Vice President and Head of APAC Region at Straumann Group AG

Tiang Boon Hoo

Associate Professor and Coordinator of the China Programme at the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies at Nanyang Technological University

William Thomas

Director, South-east Asia at Economist Intelligence Corporate Network


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