The ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) can be a game changer – in both good and bad ways.
Stripping out complexity, the AEC creates new opportunities and makes the investment case for business in Southeast Asia more compelling. But it will also bring unprecedented levels of competition. Organisations that continue doing business as usual may find themselves falling behind.
|Download: The ABC of AEC
The first of a series of thought-leadership pieces brought together from across Deloitte’s various specialisations to give you insights on what the AEC means for your business.
The Economist South-East Asia Summit 2014: From neighbourhood to community?
|Date:||Wednesday, 27 August 2014|
|Venue:||Ritz-Carlton, Jakarta, Indonesia|
Deloitte is a proud sponsor of The Economist SEA Summit 2014, which will bring together leaders from government, business, academia, multilateral institutions and non-government organisations (NGOs) to explore the political, economic and strategic rationale for South-East Asian nations seeking a more connected region.
There is an exciting line up of renowned speakers including Cesar Purisima is the Secretary of Finance of the Philippines, Idris Jala minister in the Malaysian Prime Minister’s Office, and Chaly Mah, CEO of Deloitte Asia-Pacific and Southeast Asia, who will be speaking on a panel discussion titled: Project 2015—Towards economic community.
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