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CIMB ASEAN Research Institute in collaboration with ASEAN Business Club held a roundtable discussion on 21st November 2017, with the theme Pivoting towards a new approach for Australia-ASEAN business engagement and growth in the digital age. Speakers included Mr. Rod Sims, Chairman, Australian Competition and Consumer Commission; Ms. Aireen Omar, Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer, AirAsia; Mr. Marcus Luer, Founder & Group Chief Executive, Total Sports Asia; Mr. Matt Barrie, CEO, Freelancer & CEO, Escrow; Mr. Nic Lim, Executive Chairman, 8common Limited; Tan Sri Dr. Munir Majid, Chairman of CARI and President of the ASEAN Business Club; and Ms. Eleanor Mak, President, Australia-ASEAN Business Council. The discussion was moderated by Scott Murdoch, Senior Journalist, The Australian.

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Rod Sims

Rod Sims

Chairman, Australian Competition and Consumer Commission

Aireen Omar

Aireen Omar

CEO
AirAsia


Marcus Luer

Marcus Luer

Founder & Group Chief Executive, Total Sports Asia

Matt Barrie

Matt Barrie

CEO, Freelancer & CEO, Escrow


Nic Lim

Nic Lim

Executive Chairman, 8common Limited

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Tan Sri Dr. Munir Majid

Chairman, CIMB ASEAN Research Institute
President, ASEAN Business Club


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Eleanor Mak

President, Australia-ASEAN Business Council


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Scott

Scott Murdoch

Senior Journalist, The Australian


 

ASEAN Roundtable Series

ASEAN Roundtable Series

ASEAN Roundtable Series

ASEAN Roundtable Series

ASEAN Roundtable Series

ASEAN Roundtable Series

ASEAN Roundtable Series

ASEAN Roundtable Series

ASEAN Roundtable Series


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23 November 2017
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ASEAN Roundtable Series on “Pivotiong towards a new approach for Australia-ASEAN businesses engagementand growth in the digital age”

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23 November 2017
As appeared in CIMB

Media

ASEAN Roundtable Series on “Pivoting towards a new approach for Australia-ASEAN businesses engagement and growth in the digital age”

Sydney, 21 November 2017 – Australia was ASEAN’s first dialogue partner in 1974 however, the economic relations between the two have not grown to its potential, especially with the populations of both nations being so closely connected. Approximately, 896,000 people claimed heritage from ASEAN nations in the last Australian census, while over 1.3 million people from ASEAN visit Australia each year and Australians made three million trips to ASEAN countries in 2016…

Read more>>