The Chinese economy is growing at its slowest pace in over two decades, while its recent stock market crash has triggered global turbulence. It is a challenging time for ASEAN nations with close trade and investment links to China. Could China’s downturn present opportunities for ASEAN’s growth markets? Given the on- going implementation of economic policy and financial reforms, are ASEAN’s economies resilient enough to withstand China’s slowdown?
Don’t miss the chance to debate these topical questions and much more at the FT ASEAN Economic Summit on 22 October in Kuala Lumpur. Confirmed speakers include: Jayant Menon, lead economist at the Asian Development Bank; Datuk Abdul Farid Alias, group president and CEO Maybank; Amit Banati, president Asia Pacific Kellogg Company; and Sam Fischer, president Greater China and Asia Diageo.
ASEAN Forum readers are entitled to a special discount 25 percent off individual tickets. To redeem this, register with the marketing code: AF2015. For the full speaker list, agenda and registration, visit: live.ft.com/FTASEAN.