Where are post-Covid-19 business opportunities?


Former Australia prime minister Kevin Rudd (second from right) receiving the WCES Patron’s Benevolence Award from former Taiwanese President Ma Ying-jeou (second from left) at the 8th WCES while Lee and Yeoh looked on.

FOR entrepreneurs, business leaders, government leaders, diplomats and professionals keen to look for post-pandemic investment opportunities in China, Asean and the Asian region, you may not want to miss the coming 2020 World Chinese Economic Summit (WCES) on Dec 21.

Participants to this annual bilingual (English/Mandarin) international business and economic forum can expect to learn more about the latest Chinese policies, opportunities presented by the just-concluded Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) and what holds for the world in the era of new US President Joe Biden.

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