CABC invites members to attend The Future of Asian Trade and Globalisation after COVID-19 webinar on 6 May, from 5:15pm to 6:15pm.
The webinar is organized by the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy (LKYSPP), at the National University of Singapore.

Event synopsis

Global trade is in free-fall, with supply chains frozen and lockdown sharply reducing demand for goods. But even beyond the short-term shock, the COVID-19 crisis looks likely to reshape Asia’s recent globalisation in profound and uncertain ways. It seems clear that the era of “hyper-globalisation” prior to the 2008 crisis is now over. But what will come after it? Does Asia face a new era of protectionism and separation between east and west? Or might a new model of globalisation emerge, fashioned around new regional supply chains and driven by trade in services and digital products, rather than physical goods?

No registration required –
Please visit the LKYSPP’s Facebook page from 5:15pm (GMT+8) on the day itself to view the live stream and share your comments.