Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement: What Now? What Next? will be organized at The Ritz-Carlton, Kuala Lumpur on 24th September 2016 (Saturday).
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The King’s Discourse 2016 aims to bring a balanced dialogue on the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement, which has been described as a potential game-changer in Malaysia’s international trade relations and economic development.
The day’s event will cover four modules consisting of panel discussions, Q&A sessions with the speakers for every module, and networking opportunities with fellow industry leaders in an unforgettable venue, The Ritz-Carlton.
Speakers (in order of appearance):
• YB Dato' Sri Mustapa Mohamed, International Trade and Industry of Malaysia
• Dr. S. Mahmud Ali, Author
• YBhg. Dato’ Abdul Majid Khan, Malaysia-China Friendship Association
• Edgard Kagan U.S. Embassy
• H.E. Felix Corona, Mexican Embassy
• Faris Hadad-Zervos, World Bank
• Gurdial Singh Nijar, (formerly) University Malaya
• Patrick Tay, PwC
• Indran Shanmuganathan, Shearn Delamore & Co
• Karunajothi Kandasamy, SMECorp
• John McKendry, Pfizer
• Dr. Ashok Philip, Malaysian Medical Association
• Jasmine Begum, Microsoft
• Khor Yu Leng, LMC International
1. Aspirations of the TPPA
2. Geopolitical Developments with China's One Belt, One Road
3. Perspectives on Regional and Global Free Trade Agreements
4. Impact on Business and Consumers
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The Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement is a free trade agreement that will liberalise trade and investment between 12 Pacific Rim countries. This symposium aims to bring a balanced dialogue on the TPPA, that has been described as a potential game-changer in Malaysia’s international trade relations and economic development, as well as within the region. A focus will be given to the TPPA’s context, impact, and the means to best anticipate and plan for eventual changes.