Will Asia Continue to Lead Global Economic Growth?

June 6, 2012 Vancouver, BC

APF Canada is hosting a public forum on June 6 with top-level economists from the Asia Pacific region to explore whether Asia can continue to be the engine of global economic growth.  Topics will include: What will it take for China to move up the value chain? Can Indonesia escape the middle income trap? What is the future of India’s economic reform? What is the US’s motivation behind the TPP and the Asia 'Pivot'? And, to which specific countries or sub-regions should Canada pay especially close attention? This event will take place at the Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue (580 W Hastings St), Asia-Pacific Hall, from 5:00 - 6:30pm. A reception will follow. To view more details, click here. To attend this free public event, please register by Tuesday, June 5 at eventreservations@asiapacific.ca

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APF Canada is hosting a public forum on June 6 with top-level economists from the Asia Pacific region to explore whether Asia can continue to be the engine of global economic growth.  Topics will include: What will it take for China to move up the value chain? Can Indonesia escape the middle income trap? What is the future of India’s economic reform? What is the US’s motivation behind the TPP and the Asia 'Pivot'? And, to which specific countries or sub-regions should Canada pay especially close attention? This event will take place at the Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue (580 W Hastings St), Asia-Pacific Hall, from 5:00 - 6:30pm. A reception will follow. To view more details, click here. To attend this free public event, please register by Tuesday, June 5 at eventreservations@asiapacific.ca

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