The UP Asian Center will be holding a rountable, "Regional Integration and Cooperation in Asia," on 14 November 2019, 3–5 pm, at the UP Asian Center, QC. The event is free and open to the public. Seating is first come, first served. Walk ins are welcome, but participants are encouraged to sign up.
Regional cooperation and integration (RCI) has played a major role in the economic transformation of Asia and the Pacific. Despite the rising tide of protectionism elsewhere, Asia and the Pacific remains one of the most integrated regions in the world. However, RCI will have to face a number of emerging challenges and developments if it is to continue to have a hand in shaping the region’s economic fortunes. The discussion will provide an overview of trends in RCI in Asia and the Pacific, examine some of RCI’s contributions to development in the region, and discuss some of the challenges and new developments confronting RCI going forward.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Bernard Ng Thiam Hee is Senior Economist, Office of Regional Economic Integration. He works on financial integration, macroeconomic surveillance, and early warning systems in the Office for Regional Economic Integration of the Asian Development Bank. He manages the Asian Bonds Online web portal and the Asia Bond Monitor, a quarterly report on local currency bond market developments in Asia. Prior to joining ADB, he worked for the United Nations Industrial Development Organization and the Central Bank of Malaysia. (ADB)
ASIAN CENTER'S 64TH ANNIVERSARY
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The UP Asian Center will be holding a rountable, "Regional Integration and Cooperation in Asia," on 14 November 2019, 3–5 pm, at the UP Asian Center, QC. The event is free and open to the public.
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The UP Asian Center will hold "Ikebana as Sustainable Art: A Lecture and Demonstration on Japanese Traditional Flower Arrangement" on 13 November 2019, 1–2:30 pm at the ASEAN Hall, UP Asian Center, QC. The event is free and open to the public.
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