Global business is being rocked by political change. Brexit. The US election. Tensions in Asia. Populist and protectionist forces across the globe. Who will shape the new global economic order? Where will the trends and forces of globalization lead? To be successful, business leaders need to step outside their usual roles and plan for today’s “geopolitics of change.” This conversation will provide critical insights into what’s happening in the U.S., Europe, China and elsewhere in the global economy–and what this means for Asian executives working to build prosperous futures for their companies.
Nina Easton, Fortune
Syaru Shirley Lin, Professor, Chinese University of Hong Kong and University of Virginia
Eunice Yoon, China Bureau Chief and Senior Correspondent, CNBC
Interviewer: Alan Murray, Chief Content Officer, Time Inc.; Editor-in-Chief, Fortune
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