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When The Dutch Ruled The World: Rise and Fall of the Dutch East India Company
Thanks to Cheddar for sponsoring this episode! Check out their video on the iconic ad campaign that saved Old Spice here: https://chdr.tv/youtu8b4a6 Support me on Patreon to get early access to my future videos: https://www.patreon.com/business_casual Join me at BC's subreddit and on social media: Reddit: https://reddit.com/r/businesscasual Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/business.casual.yt Twitter: https://twitter.com/BusinessCasual0 52nd video of the Behind the Business Series. The Netherlands is one of Europe's economic centers, despite its small size. This surprising twist of history is due, however, to a less savory turn of events. During the 16th century the Dutch were under the dominion of the Spanish Empire and they didn't like that very much. They fought for their independence for 80 years and their country suffered greatly because of it. Back then the Spanish controlled the lucrative Asian spice trade, which the Dutch economy relied on. However, when the Spanish closed off Lisbon (then the spice hub of the world) the Dutch had no choice but to sail to the Far East and claim the spice trade for themselves. While the Spanish were bogged down in a costly war against the English, the Netherlands swooped in and took over the Asian spice trade through their Dutch East India Company (VOC). In the span of a few decades this new business venture grew to massive proportions and funded the Dutch independence effort, as well as massive land reclamation. Eventually the VOC declined and a perfect storm of wars abroad and at home eventually destroyed it. But after two centuries of operation this one company left an impressive legacy of colonial scars and capitalist wealth that still influences the Netherlands to this day. Under the kind patronage of Nagabhushanam Peddi, James Gallagher & Brett Gmoser.
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China's trillion dollar plan to dominate global trade
It's about more than just economics. Help us make more ambitious videos by joining the Vox Video Lab. It gets you exclusive perks, like livestream Q&As with all the Vox creators, a badge that levels up over time, and video extras bringing you closer to our work! Learn more at http://bit.ly/video-lab To learn more, visit https://reconnectingasia.csis.org/map/ Subscribe to our channel! http://goo.gl/0bsAjO China's Belt and Road Initiative is the most ambitious infrastructure project in modern history. It spans over 60 countries and will cost over a trillion dollars. The plan is to make it easier for the world to trade with China, by funding roads, railways, pipelines, and other infrastructure projects in Asia and Africa. China is loaning trillions of dollars to any country that's willing to participate and it's been a big hit with the less democratic countries in the region. This makes the BRI a risky plan as well. But China is pushing forward because its goals are not strictly economic, they're also geopolitical. To truly understand the international conflicts and trends shaping our world you need a big-picture view. Video journalist Sam Ellis uses maps to tell these stories and chart their effects on foreign policy. Vox.com is a news website that helps you cut through the noise and understand what's really driving the events in the headlines. Check out http://www.vox.com. Watch our full video catalog: http://goo.gl/IZONyE Follow Vox on Facebook: http://goo.gl/U2g06o Or Twitter: http://goo.gl/XFrZ5H
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Capitalism and the Dutch East India Company: Crash Course World History 229
Want to help keep CrashCourse going? Consider becoming a Patron and help us keep making awesome content for such awesome people. SUBBABLE SUBSCRIBERS READ FURTHER ↓ https://www.patreon.com/crashcourse In which John Green teaches you about the Vereenigde Oostindische Compagnie, doing business as the VOC, also known as the Dutch East India Company. In the 16th and 17th centuries, the Dutch managed to dominate world trade, and they did all through the pioneering use of corporations and finance. Well, they did also use some traditional methods like violently enforced monopolies, unfair trade agreements, and plain old warfare. You'll learn how the Dutch invented stuff like joint stock corporations, maritime insurance, and futures trading. Basically, how the Dutch East India Company crashed the US economy in 2008. I'm kidding. Or am I? Citation 1: William J. Bernstein, A Splendid Exchange: How Trade Shaped the World. Grove Press. 2008. p. 218 Citation 2: Stephen R. Bown. Merchant Kings: When Companies Ruled the World, 1600-1900. New York. St. Martin’s Press. 2009. p. 28 Citation 3: Bernstein p. 223 Citation 4: Bernstein p. 228 Citation 5: Bown p. 53 IF YOU ARE A CURRENT SUBBABLE SUBSCRIBER Go to https://subbable.com and click the "continue to patreon button." You will be guided through the process to merge your account with Patreon to continue supporting your portfolio of creators. Make sure to use the money in your perk bank by August 1st, 2015. Get yourself something nice you deserve it! Also. you are the best. Yes. You. You are awesome, and we can't thank you enough! FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT OUR MOVE TO PATREON WATCH https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VO_1VbQADW8 Thanks so much for your continuing support on Subbable and we hope to see you on Patreon!
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What America gets wrong about China and the rest of Asia | David Kang
Read more at BigThink.com: Follow Big Think here: YouTube: http://goo.gl/CPTsV5 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BigThinkdotcom Twitter: https://twitter.com/bigthink We instinctively use the lessons of European history to explain Asia’s future, and it is incredibly difficult to make the argument that we should look at Asia’s history if we want to understand where Asia is going to go in the future. The most common way that we think about power transitions in international relations is to look at a war between Sparta and Athens from 2500 years ago—the Peloponnesian War in ancient Greece. There, a rising power caused fear in a declining power and they ended up inevitably fighting. Thucydides wrote about this in his famous History of the Peloponnesian War, and almost ever since then what IR scholars and international relation scholars and historians have done is used the example of the Peloponnesian War as the most foundational way in which we think about rising powers: “Rising powers are inevitably ambitious. Declining powers are inevitably fearful and they always clash at some point.” Well, when we get to modern China today the example seems to fit perfectly, which is: China is a rising power, it’s very ambitious; America is a declining power, it’s very fearful; and so at some point there’s almost an inevitable chance that the two are going to come into conflict. And in fact you hear this over and over again. And yet in a way—isn’t it weird to think about a primitive infantry battle between two Greek villages from 2500 years ago that would have any implications for what contemporary modern China, how they’re going to behave today? I mean in a way it seems like quite a stretch. And in many cases I think that simply taking the lessons of history in this way biases us towards looking towards conflict in ways I don’t think actually are necessarily going to play out, particularly in contemporary East Asia. That is, what we do, is we always take European history as the sum of all things, and somehow what happened—again, 2500 years ago in ancient Greece—is going to predict what’s going to happen in modern East Asia. And I don’t think that’s the case at all, especially when we look at how East Asian history worked. If we were to take East Asia on its own terms instead of using Europe to explain Asia—why don’t we look at East Asia? And if we took it on its own terms one thing that we would find is that first of all China is not really rising; China has always been big! Sometimes it goes into a period of decline and then it comes back, and this is more return than a rise, so it’s not anything new to the countries in the region. In many ways what happens is: China’s dominance, China’s massive size has been a fact of life in East Asia for literally centuries, so this is nothing new. So it’s not at all clear to me that we should view this as a “rising power” any more than we would view the United States as a “potentially rising power.” The other problem is if we use East Asian history one of the biggest lessons we would learn from East Asian history is that the dangers that arise to countries in the region are almost always internal, not external. So even for rising and declining powers, the fears or the threats, they are as much domestic as they are internal. So almost every single one of China’s dynasties over the centuries, the Tang, the Ming, almost all of them fell because of internal rebellion. If I‘m a Chinese leader today I‘m as worried as much about internal issues as with external issues. And in fact one thing we know is that China spends more on internal security than it does on external defense. So even now it’s not clear that China’s ambitions are all directed outwards, they’re probably just as concerned about internal. If we look at the United States, if we were to take it the lessons from East Asian history and say “Wow, instead of the inevitable war that Thucydides wrote about, what if we were worried about the lessons from East Asian history, which is the Japanese shoguns all fail from internal rebellion, Korean, Vietnamese dynasties almost all fell from internal rebellion as well? So what would the lesson for today be? Self-inflicted wounds in both the United States and China may matter more than any titanic struggle between them. And in fact if I was to look at the United States today the challenges that we face are far more internal than they are from China. Yes, China and the United States haven’t worked out a totally stable equilibrium. We have things at the margins we have to deal with. Maybe some uninhabited rocks in the South China Seas, maybe some trade disputes, but those are not things that are going to lead to a titanic struggle for global dominance, and I don’t see any war between China and the United States along those lines.
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South East Asia: Opportunities for UK Business
Find out about the wealth of opportunities for UK companies looking to export to or set up business in the thriving ASEAN region. Get support growing your business in SE Asia with UKTI at www.gov.uk/ukti
Asian Responses to Imperialism: Crash Course World History #213
In which John Green teaches you about Imperialism, but not from the perspective of the colonizers. This week John looks at some Asian perspectives on Imperialism, specifically writers from countries that were colonized by European powers. We'll look at the writings of Sayyid Jamal ad-Din al-Afghani from the Middle East, Liang Qichao from China, and Rabindranath Tagore from India. these voices from the countries that were colonized give us a sense of how conquered people saw their conquerors, and gives an insight into what these nations learned from being dominated by Europe. It's pretty interesting, OK? A lot of this episode is drawn from a fascinating book by Pankaj Mishra called The Ruins of Empire: The Revolt Against the West and the Remaking of Asia. You should read it. SUBBABLE MESSAGES! To Ellen, from Charles: I love you, you are the best. Arrr. To Crash Course, from Shawn, Mike, Sophia, and Jake: Thank you for using humor while educating and inspiring. [Thanks guys!] You can directly support Crash Course at https://www.patreon.com/crashcourse Subscribe for as little as $0 to keep up with everything we're doing. Free is nice, but if you can afford to pay a little every month, it really helps us to continue producing this content.
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How China Is Transforming Southeast Asia
In recent years, China and Southeast Asia have engaged in increasingly complex economic and security relations. Even with deepening diplomatic, cultural, and economic ties, tensions remain. From China’s nine-dash line and the String of Pearls, to its rapidly expanding infrastructure network under the Belt and Road Initiative, Beijing’s growing influence in the region is both visible and invisible. To spectators around the world, China’s rise may be cause for alarm, but for Southeast Asia, China may also be considered an ally in advancing regional economic growth. Do Belt and Road projects represent an avenue for long-term connectivity and growth or are they risky investments that threaten to entrap countries in unsustainable debt? How can Southeast Asia balance the trade-off between its deepening partnership with China with regional security and cohesion? Moderator Kirk West Executive Director, Investments, Principal Global Investors Speakers Paul Gruenwald Managing Director and Global Chief Economist, S&P Global Ratings Robin Hu Head of Sustainability and Stewardship Group, Temasek International Pte. Ltd. Jonathan Woetzel MGI Director and Senior Partner, Shanghai, McKinsey Global Institute Francis Sock Ping Yeoh Executive Chairman, YTL Group of Companies #ChineseEconomy #China #SouthEastAsia
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Kuala Lumpur is home of Alibaba’s South-East Asia office
Alibaba Group is turning its Alibaba Malaysia headquarters in Bangsar South, Kuala Lumpur into a training centre to encourage more Malaysians to trade globally.
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Int'l Commerce, Snorkeling Camels, and The Indian Ocean Trade: Crash Course World History #18
In which John Green teaches you the history of the Indian Ocean Trade. John weaves a tale of swashbuckling adventure, replete with trade in books, ivory, and timber. Along the way, John manages to cover advances in seafaring technology, just how the monsoons work, and there's even a disembowelment for you Fangoria fans. Crash Course World History is now available on DVD! http://store.dftba.com/products/crashcourse-world-history-the-complete-series-dvd-set Follow us! @thecrashcourse @realjohngreen @raoulmeyer @crashcoursestan @saysdanica @thoughtbubbler Like us! ‪http://www.facebook.com/youtubecrashcourse Follow us again! ‪http://thecrashcourse.tumblr.com Support CrashCourse on Patreon: http://patreon.com/crashcourse
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Doing business in Singapore (Full Episode)
In this episode of The Airport Economist Tim is in Singapore, the economic jewel of South East Asia. Find out all there is to know about doing business in Singapore. The Airport Economist is your guide to doing business in the Asian Century. Led by renowned economist Tim Harcourt, we'll be visiting thriving markets all across Asia to find out what the emerging opportunities are for doing business there, how to get your foot in the door, learn from companies who are successfully operating there, as well as discover the local culture. In each episode we'll arm you with all the knowledge and insights you need to take your business international. Visit http://www.theairporteconomist.com/ And connect on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theairporteconomist/ Or twitter: https://twitter.com/airport_ec
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East Asia's Territorial Disputes
From VOA Learning English, welcome to Economic News in Special English. Economic growth in East Asia and the Pacific region is expected to reach 7.9 percent this year. That is higher than in any other part of the world. But that is only part of the story. The other side of East Asia's success includes conflicting territorial claims in the area and trade imbalances with the rest of the world. Competition for natural resources is an increasingly important issue. This has led to territorial disputes. For example, the islands known as Diaoyu in China and Senkaku in Japan are thought to be rich in oil. Areas around the islands are said to be good fishing grounds. China and Japan have competing claims for the territory. Kenneth Lieberthal is an Asia expert with the Brookings Institution here in Washington. He says he has not seen evidence that either China or Japan is willing to reduce tensions over the islands. That means territorial disputes will likely continue. China, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Vietnam and the Philippines are involved in territorial claims with neighbors over West Pacific islands. Trade imbalances are another issue. East Asia has long been a source of exports. China's big trade imbalance with the United States has concerned U.S. lawmakers for years. Some blame China's control of its currency for America's big trade deficit. But Kenneth Leiberthal does not think so. He notes other policies. One is China's direct support for many of its important industries with government aid, or subsidies. Mr. Lieberthal says Chinese rules at home also hurt countries seeking to export to China. He says these and other issues such as the abuse of intellectual property rights have a much bigger effect on America's trade deficit with China. For VOA Learning English, I'm Laurel Bowman. (Adapted from a radio program broadcast 08Feb2013)
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Asia Economic Outlook
Fed tightening, rising debt levels and political uncertainty are casting a shadow on the outlook for strong global growth. How can business and policy-makers best manage these challenges to deliver inclusive growth? Dimensions to be addressed: - Dollar strengthening - Demographic challenges and debt dynamics - Trade tensions - Judy Hsu, Regional Chief Executive Officer, ASEAN and South Asia, Standard Chartered Bank, United Kingdom - Sri Mulyani Indrawati, Minister of Finance of Indonesia - Nazir Razak, Chairman, CIMB Group Holdings, Malaysia - Veerathai Santiprabhob, Governor of the Bank of Thailand - Kevin Sneader, Global Managing Partner, McKinsey & Company, Hong Kong SAR, China Moderated by - Haslinda Amin, Chief International Correspondent, South-East Asia, Bloomberg News, Singapore http://www.weforum.org/
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🇲🇲 Myanmar's Jade Curse | 101 East
Gold is valuable but jade is priceless, so goes a Chinese saying. For centuries, the Chinese consider jade an imperial stone with mystical properties. Today it is coveted all over China as a status symbol, a collectible and an investment. Demand from increasingly wealthy Chinese drives the value of jade through the roof. At this year's Shanghai World Jewellery Expo, auctioneers put the opening bid for top grade jade items at more than $160 a gram, exceeding four times the price of gold. Intricately designed pieces, made from top grade jade known as jadeite, are viewed as attractive investments despite the lack of scientific valuation methods. In recent years, jadeite has provided better returns than real estate. But the imperial stone delivers a death sentence to treasure hunters in Myanmar, where China's jadeite comes from. Most of Myanmar's raw jade enters a murky black market. Its official revenue from jade exports over from 2011 to 2014 was $1.3bn. But Harvard University's Ash Center estimates total jade sales - including through unofficial channels - were $8bn in 2011 alone, suggesting most of the revenue does not go into government coffers. The Myanmar government will not speak to us on camera. But our investigations reveal a corrupt senior government official who works with businessmen in the illegal trade of raw jade, including helping to falsify tax documents. In northern Kachin state, we follow jade smugglers to the remote Hpakant mining town, the source of the world's best jade. The men are part of the government's border guard force. The officer in charge tells us how he pays off army and police commanders along the smuggling trail to China. Hpakant is out of bounds to foreigners and no foreign journalists have been known to make it there for years. Large mining companies suspended operations here in 2012 after the Kachin Independence Army and the Myanmar government went to war the preceding year, ending a 17-year ceasefire. With peace talks stalling, most companies have yet to resume excavation. Despite the tension, tens of thousands of small time jade pickers have flooded Hpakant to sift through mine tailings, risking life and limb to toil in harsh conditions, hoping to strike jackpot. Some work alone, others in groups supported by businessmen. Their findings often go straight into the black market, forming the unregulated bedrock of the industry today. A dark force fuels their labour. Jade picker Aik San estimates 75 percent of the miners have become drug addicts. They get their daily dose of heroin or yama - a type of methamphetamine - from drug dens around town. It numbs them from their backbreaking labour and helps them work longer hours in the harsh weather. With hidden cameras, we obtain shocking footage from the drug dens, revealing the scale of drug abuse that infests the underbelly of the jade trade. We also find a drug rehabilitation centre in Kachin state with more than 50 recovering addicts from the mining town. One of them, Aung Kyaw Moe, painfully shares how his employer paid him and fellow workers with heroin to get them hooked so they would work harder for their next dose. As the hammer goes down in major Chinese cities for more glitzy jade items auctioned off at record levels, wealthy collectors celebrate yet another treasure possessed. It offers stark contrast to the wretched lives of mine pickers at the bottom of the supply chain, in a land far away. 101 East investigates the jade smuggling trail and uncovers the human cost of the imperial stone. More from 101 East on: YouTube - http://aje.io/101eastYouTube Facebook - http://facebook.com/101east Twitter - http://twitter.com/aj101east Instagram - http://instagram.com/aj101east Website - http://aljazeera.com/101east
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Ross Kemp: In Search of Pirates | Somalia, Nigeria & East Asia Compilation | Ross Kemp Extreme World
For almost 200 years the international piracy trade continues to grow which is having a knock on effect on insurance premiums and cost of goods. In this full series compilation join Ross as he travels across the worlds biggest piracy hotspots: Somalia, Nigeria and East Asia in an attempt to meet modern day pirates and to get answers to some of the most important questions. Be sure to subscribe for more incredible clips and full episodes, click here: http://bit.ly/10d7UKK Ross Kemp Extreme World is the home of your favourite Ross Kemp series, including Ross Kemp On Pirates, Ross Kemp On Gangs, Ross Kemp In Afghanistan and Ross Kemp On The Frontline, as well as some of the most hard-hitting, jaw-dropping interviews and scenes. Have a favourite clip of Ross Kemp? Let us know in the comments!
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The Dutch East India Company (In Our Time)
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the Vereenigde Oost-Indische Compagnie or VOC, known in English as the Dutch East India Company. The VOC dominated the spice trade between Asia and Europe for two hundred years, with the British East India Company a distant second. At its peak, the VOC had a virtual monopoly on nutmeg, mace, cloves and cinnamon, displacing the Portuguese and excluding the British, and were the only European traders allowed access to Japan. With Anne Goldgar Reader in Early Modern European History at King's College London Chris Nierstrasz Lecturer in Global History at Erasmus University, Rotterdam, formerly at the University of Warwick And Helen Paul Lecturer in Economics and Economic History at the University of Southampton Producer: Simon Tillotson.
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Australia's FTAs with South-east Asia - Benefiting Australian Business
The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade was recently invited by the Export Council of Australia to take part in a briefing to the Victorian business community on 'Doing Business in South-East Asia'. Free Trade Agreement (FTA) Special Negotiator, Mr Michael Mugliston, overviewed Australia's existing and prospective FTAs, and the benefits they offer Australian businesses.
The East India Company: The Story of the Real Company
The following video is a short documentary highlighting the East India Company, a British company founded to trade with India and Southeast Asia. Please like, comment, and subscribe! Enjoy!
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Concordia Agritrading
In Asia, Nidera operates under the name Concordia. Concordia Agritrading Pte. Ltd. Singapore is active in the trading of grains, soybean oil and oilseed meals. The company is active in key markets such as the Middle East, East Africa, the Indian Sub Continent, South East Asia, Australia, China and East Asia.
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East Asia: Future of Humanity | Jayant Bhandari
Jayant is constantly traveling the world to look for investment opportunities, particularly in the natural resource sector. He advises institutional investors about his finds. He is a contributing editor of the Liberty magazine and has written for the Mises Institute, the Mises Institute (Canada), Casey Research, Le Québécois Libre, Sprott’s Thoughts, LewRockwell.com, etc. The presentation took place at PDAC International Convention, Toronto, Sunday, 3 March 2019: http://www.pdac.ca/convention/programming/letter-writer-presentations-for-investors/speakers/jayant-bhandari Jayant Bhandari – East Asia: Future of Humanity https://youtu.be/ZcY1ghDbp68 For more information about Jayant Bhandari: http://jayantbhandari.com/ And Follow Jayant Bhandari on: Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/JayantBhandari Twitter: https://twitter.com/JayantBhandari5
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TRUMP: No Iran Strike-"Human Cost Too Great", SCO, China, NK #BLUEORIGIN
6/22: As the MSM maligns the Trump Administration as "divided" within, we see POTUS refuse to strike Iran. The President hinted that there was a rogue bad actor involved- the Deep State. Meanwhile, the China "trade deal" could prove to be the deciding factor in how the Iran "war" saga plays out as China badly needs Iran for it BRI (New Silk Roads) operation in Eurasia. The Shanghai Cooperation Organization meeting in Kyrgyzstan a week ago, when the oil tankers were "attacked" in the Gulf of Oman may have been a turning point in heading off Deep State plans for igniting WW3. Copyright Disclaimer: Citation of articles and authors in this report does not imply ownership. Works and images presented here fall under Fair Use Section 107 and are used for commentary on globally significant newsworthy events. Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Community Guidelines Disclaimer: The points of view and purpose of this video is not to bully or harass anybody, but rather share that opinion and thoughts with other like-minded individuals curious about the subject to encourage conversation and awareness. Former NFL player, Burgess Owens, takes on the Dems and Reparations at the hearings 3 days ago: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o8zGe7wh-bc Thank u to DC Shorts for this video! https://dailycaller.com/2019/06/20/kate-brown-oregon-republicans/ Check out the latest attacks on the auto industry and our freedom of travel here: https://www.epautos.com Please watch Amazing Polly break down the tyranny at the root of the Sustainability agenda in the EU/Ireland: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XqlwpvTu4JQ Fox 10 posts the full "Hail Satan" prayer at a town council meeting in Alaska: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sC_ZIiL5zMg The Supreme Court rules American Foreign Legion WW1 Christian cross monument can remain on public property in MD: https://www.wsj.com/articles/supreme-court-allows-40-foot-cross-to-remain-in-highway-median-11561040530 Bezos says Earth will be zoned "residential" in the future and all heavy industry will be performed "off-planet" with the help of his aerospace company, Blue Origin: https://www.geekwire.com/2019/jeff-bezos-explains-going-moon-harder-now-jfk/ Remember in 2011 that BHO "gave" Iran a US drone: https://gellerreport.com/2018/02/obama-drone-givt-iran.html/ On Iran and the China question: http://thesaker.is/iran-at-the-center-of-the-eurasian-riddle/ https://www.forbes.com/sites/johnmauldin/2017/04/17/2-choke-points-that-threaten-oil-trade-between-persian-gulf-and-east-asia/#652126a04b96 https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-06-20/stockman-america-last-real-meaning-trumps-deplorable-aggression-against-iran https://www.rgj.com/story/news/2019/06/19/train-carrying-hazardous-materials-derailed-east-wells/1501283001/ https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2019/06/21/magnanimous-panda-departs-pyongyang-after-reinforcing-the-traditional-friendship-between-china-and-north-korea/ Citizens Investigative Report, Katie G, (PLEASE Subscribe!) breaks down the Conservative Treehouse's excellent articles on Xi NK visit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WM3BdU7uig4 George Webb has been investigating the uranium trade: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=369U1n_Elps Please see Webb's other vids about this subject and subscribe! Thanks so much for supporting You Are Free TV! Please keep 9/11 1st-Responder, Lou Alvarez, who went into hospice care several days ago, in your prayers and join us on the 6pm Prayer Wave-- Freedom from tyranny worldwide!! Thank you! WE ARE FREE! All YAFTV C60 Purple Power orders ship free in the USA- remember to hit the free shipping option at check out! Become a patron and receive codes instantly for 20% C60 Purple You can take advantage of setting up a monthly subscription to C60 Purple Power with 20% discount YAFTV if you set it up prior to midnight 6/30/2019. https://www.patreon.com/youarefreetv Subscribers of YAFTV receive 10% off of C60 Purple Power products through the end of June, 2019! use the code: fr10 https://www.C60PurplePower.com Make sure to choose "free shipping" at check out! For MONTHLY subscription CLUB prices use 10% code: fr10ppc Make sure to hit the "free shipping" option at check out for USA orders! Other ways to support the channel: PayPal: [email protected] (Pls. no personal msgs here, thx!) --Hit the friends and family tab if you can...thx! CRYPTO donations: Bitcoin: 1K2mQ5S6na5k5QGPS2Hve7pMMUNrxsRqJQ BCH: 18hNpMyVsj37CBiHuRMD6cCL9Gr5dNU2e8 Ether: 0x7DF493B943520e28aC5f93737b6Cbf27A1C01a79 Litecoin: Ld4HEnQUk28A415BrAECUUHtRTNZkZ2uYK WE ARE FREE!
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Chinese Premier Calls for Efforts to Build Economic Community in East Asia
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang proposed to advance the construction of an East Asia Economic Community so as to promote regional integration and common development in Manila on Tuesday. Li put up the proposal when addressing the 20th "ASEAN Plus Three" Summit in the Philippine capital. Leaders from the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) countries and Japan, South Korea attended the summit which was chaired by Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte. "The present world economy is showing a good momentum. The global trade is rebounding. China-Japan and China-ROK relations are seeing signs of improvement. It presents new opportunities for the 10+3 cooperation," said Li. However, Li said that there is still a mixed picture for the world economic recovery given that the de-globalizaion and protectionism are on the rise. "But we can say that the world economy is in a situation in which cold still sustains in sudden warmth, and the temperature is unevenly distributed, as the de-globalization and protectionism are on the rise, and hot-spot regional issues come up and down, posing challenges to us. I expect this summit to condense our consensus and send out a positive message that we firmly support integration of regional development to advance the construction of East Asian Economic Community, thus benefiting the regional people as well as the world at large," said Li. http://www.cctvplus.com/news/20171114/8066273.shtml#!language=1 Subscribe us on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/CCTVPlus CCTV+ official website: http://www.cctvplus.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/cctv-news-content Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NewsContent.CCTVPLUS Twitter: https://twitter.com/CCTV_Plus
Tariffs Could Move Jobs, but not Stateside & English Economics Look East
The Trade War could finally force a major American company out of China; but instead of coming back stateside as promised, they could be heading elsewhere in Asia. RT Correspondent Alex Mihailovich is standing by to break down Apple's potential plan to dodge the trade war. Plus, the Federal Reserve Meeting has markets on the move; Peter Schiff of Euro Pacific Capital is on hand to break down the details and we'll also take a glance at global bond sales. And later, While China has seen souring ties with some American companies, they have been opening their exchanges to some other foreign firms. Hilary Fordwich of the British-American Business Association joins us to break down what the openings mean for the United Kingdom in the wake of Brexit's impact on business. Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/RT_BoomBust https://twitter.com/bartchilton?lang=en Check us out on Facebook -- and feel free to ask us questions: http://www.facebook.com/BoomBustRT
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Engaging with China and East Asia
Delaware U.S. Senator Chris Coons and former National Security Advisor Tom Donilon headline a two part discussion on US and China Relations. The event is sponsored by the University of Delaware Center for Political Communication and the Department of Political Science and International Relations. Visit http://www.udel.edu for more info.
A Tribute to the East India Trading Company
The East India Company (EIC), also known as the Honourable East India Company (HEIC) or the British East India Company and informally as John Company,[2] Company Bahadur,[3] or simply The Company, was an English and later British joint-stock company.[4] It was formed to trade in the Indian Ocean region, initially with Mughal India and the East Indies (Maritime Southeast Asia), and later with Qing China. The company ended up seizing control over large parts of the Indian subcontinent, colonized parts of Southeast Asia, and colonized Hong Kong after a war with Qing China.
The East India Company || 400 Years: Britain & India || Episode 1
To mark the 70th Anniversary of India & Pakistan’s independence, we are exploring the entire relationship between Britain & India over the past 400 years. In this first episode, we look at when Britain officially goes over to India – not as the government or crown, but as a trading and profitable company! Visit: www.400yearsseries.com to explore further. Let us know what you think of the series here: https://goo.gl/forms/xbjE1A86IZdExYBn1 For any enquiries, please email [email protected] Facebook: www.facebook.com/AISFestival Twitter: @aisfestival -- Produced by: ImageNova https://imagenova.co.uk/ @imagenovamedia Facebook: ImageNova Inspirate www.inspirate.org @aisfestival Facebook: AISFestival -- This series wouldn’t have been possible without the help of our funders: Heritage Lottery Fund - with money raised through The National Lottery Leicester City Council
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East Asia Market Realities: South Korea
South Korea is one of New Zealand’s biggest export markets, and the New Zealand-Korea Free Trade Agreement is making our food and beverage products even more competitive. Jack Stenhouse, New Zealand’s Trade Commissioner in South Korea, shares some of the winners out of the FTA and other opportunities to tap into the South Korea market.
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Tribute to the East India Trading Company
It's just good Business The British East India Trading Company was a privately owned company which was established to create profitable trade with countries in the region of Asia called the "East Indies". Granted a Royal Charter by Queen Elizabeth in 1600, it became one of the most powerful mercantile organizations in the world by maintaining a monopoly on the importation of exotic goods (notably cotton, tea, and silk) from India into Britain. It also maintained a standing military, which was used in many cases to consolidate and enforce local authority in Indian territories. Official Company rule of India, or Raj. Traders from the British trading company, the East India Company, traded in the region. They would come to markets such as this one offering British goods in exchange for these ones. They offered such things as woollen cloth and 'fancy' goods like sword blades, mirrors, coral and ivory, and iron, lead and tin bars.
How did Britain Conquer India? | Animated History
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ASEAN explained in 5 minutes
Now already over 50 years old, few people actually know about ASEAN. The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) holds an important role regionally and beyond when it comes to major political and economic developments. However, ASEAN does not live up to this role yet. Specific actions are missing, for example in the fight against environmental crisis´. People in Southeast Asia are still waiting for social and ecological justice. Life Is by Cosimo Fogg (201) https://soundcloud.com/cosimo-fogg Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported— CC BY 3.0
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The Silk Road: Connecting the ancient world through trade - Shannon Harris Castelo
View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/the-silk-road-history-s-first-world-wide-web-shannon-harris-castelo With modern technology, a global exchange of goods and ideas can happen at the click of a button. But what about 2,000 years ago? Shannon Harris Castelo unfolds the history of the 5,000-mile Silk Road, a network of multiple routes that used the common language of commerce to connect the world's major settlements, thread by thread. Lesson by Shannon Harris Castelo, animation by Steff Lee.
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The Meiji Restoration: Modern East Asia #4
In which we learn about the Meiji Restoration, a period of Japanese history in the late 1800s when Japan quickly modernized and stood shoulder to shoulder with the West. "Constancy Part One", "Ishikari Lore", "Mystic Force", "Nerves", "Vadodora Chill Mix", "Wallpaper" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
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How the CIA Ran a Secret Toy Operation in South Asia
Get a free audiobook of your choosing and a 30-day trial of Audible at https://audible.com/kentobento, or by texting "kentobento" to 500-500 on your phone. Support Kento Bento on Patreon: https://patreon.com/kentobento Other videos you may like: This Is The Greatest Bank Heist in Chinese History: https://youtu.be/qW0uzPJEO10 The $1,000,000,000 North Korean Bank Heist: https://youtu.be/Usu9z0feHug This Is The Greatest Bank Heist in Japanese History: https://youtu.be/gbeN-2ErxBw How This Lake in Northwest Asia Got Deadlier Than Chernobyl: https://youtu.be/SQCfOjhguO0 How North Korea Held the Greatest Pro Wrestling Event in History: https://youtu.be/U_ZkqfSpbg4 Available Subtitles so far: English, Catalan (click 'CC') Help us with subtitles in your language! http://www.youtube.com/timedtext_video?ref=share&v=ALf-jO5pyfY Music from Epidemic Sound: http://epidemicsound.com Our Great Patrons: Jasper Capel, Christian Bläul, Marco de Abreu, Vijayankesh Bariar, Pete, Nicklas Ulvnäs, Björn Schneider, Solana Avila, DoodLbot, Life Where I'm From, Mark Lefkowitz, Nathanial Philip, Nina Bergold, Chad Austin, Kris, Bruce Clezy, Laura A., Heise Huntington, Coke, Eric Schmitt, Greg Baker, Andy, Sid Olav Skar, Michael the Excalipoor Channel Description: We do videos on intriguing & thought-provoking Asiany topics, including stereotypes, history, culture & geography. Team KB: Kento Bento - Director, researcher, script writer, narrator, video editor, motion graphics Charlie Rodriguez - Illustrator Eric Schneider - Audio editor Nina Bento - Official cheerleader ★★ Interested in working with us? We are currently looking for a general assistant, video editor, motion graphics editor, assistant illustrator, script editor, & animations director. Familiarity with our style is crucial. If you're someone who's passionate about 'Asiany' topics, above the age of 22, fluent in English & with great attention to detail (perfectionist personality!), send a short introductory email and examples of your relevant works to [email protected] with the position, age, & your desired start date noted in the email title. (Note: If above conditions are not met, you may not get a response) Twitter: https://twitter.com/kentobento2015 Facebook: https://facebook.com/kentobento2015 Patreon: https://patreon.com/kentobento Email: [email protected] ------------- THE CIA'S SECRET TOY OPERATION IN SOUTH ASIA Guangdong, China, 2005. It was late at night. A factory manager made his way past the assembly line to the adjoining warehouse, where a meeting was set to take place - a group of men had already gathered. He didn’t know exactly who these men were, but from his contact, he knew they were important people. Not wasting any time he presented to them what they asked for, a toy; a toy that he and his colleagues had passionately been working on the past few months. Upon inspection, the men seemed pleased with the product; but in order to move to the next phase of operation, final approval was needed from Langley. You see, these men were from the CIA; and this operation, if successful, could help put an end to one of the greatest conflicts in modern time. But how? What was this toy? And who were they targeting? This happened in 2005, but what lead to this moment, actually started four years earlier. Points covered in the video: - Guangdong manufacturing factories in China - CIA Headquarters at Langley, Virginia - September 11 (9/11) - Twin Towers of the World Trade Center & Pentagon - al-Qaeda - Taliban - FBI's Most Wanted List (25 million dollar bounty) - Coalition forces - Afghanistan & Pakistan - CIA toys - Osama bin Laden (Usama bin Laden) - Donald Levine at Hasbro Toy Company - G.I. Joe - China mass production - Osama bin Laden toy - Operation Devil Eyes - Influence operations - Chinese factories - Operation Neptune Spear - Robert O'Neill
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East Asia 2011 - Opening Ceremony with President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono
http://www.weforum.org/ 12.06.2011 On the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the World Economic Forum on East Asia, the President of Indonesia and the Prime Minister of Singapore share their perspectives on two decades of progress and the new challenges and opportunities for the region. Introduced by Sushant Palakurthi Rao, Director, Head of Asia, World Economic Forum Opening Remarks by Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, President of Indonesia; Chair, 2011 ASEAN With Lee Hsien-Loong, Prime Minister of Singapore Chaired by Klaus Schwab, Founder and Executive Chairman, World Economic Forum
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Cambodia's Casino Boom Town, Created By Chinese Money | The New Silk Road | CNA Insider
Chinese money has transformed the once-sleepy backpacker destination of Sihanoukville, Cambodia into a gambling resort hub with 30 casinos, and 70 more being built. It's touted as the "New Macau". But all that new wealth is eluding many local Cambodian businesses - which are being shunted aside. Read more here: https://cna.asia/2Owyj3U Watch the full series here: https://cna.asia/newsilkroad For more, SUBSCRIBE to CNA INSIDER! https://www.youtube.com/cnainsider Follow CNA INSIDER on: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cnainsider/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cnainsider/ Website: https://cna.asia/cnainsider About the show: It was a legendary trading route that for thousands of years connected Europe with Asia, and ancient Rome with Ancient China. Known as the Silk Road, it stretched through some of the most rugged terrain in the world 2000 years ago. Now modern China is building a new Silk Road. The New Silk Road, also known as the One Belt One Road plan, is a hugely ambitious initiative launched by Presdent Xi Jinping in 2013. It will link up over 65 countries and 4.4 billion people. That is about 60 percent of the world’s population. Channel NewsAsia’s documentary team has travelled across the globe to 7 regions to investigate what the Silk Road means for individuals, companies and countries. The epic journey will take viewers from the future ports of China to naval bases in the Philippines, to safaris in Africa, wushu schools in Iran and ghettos in Greece. The program received an Award for Best Documentary (International Affairs) at the New York Festivals.
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Which country dares to use Huawei in their 5G infrastructure?
Subscribe to our YouTube channel for free here: https://sc.mp/subscribe-youtube The US has threatened to rethink connectivity and information sharing with any nation using Huawei equipment in any part of their 5G infrastructure. Washington first declared the company a “national security threat” in 2012, when it alleged that the equipment of Chinese vendors Huawei and ZTE contain back doors that may enable Beijing to spy. With nations around the world racing to roll out super-fast 5G internet services, the US appeal to boycott Huawei has intensified. Washington has completely blocked the world’s largest telecommunications company – and biggest manufacturer of 5G technology – from its own 5G networks and demanded other countries follow suit. Some countries have been persuaded by the cybersecurity concerns raised and also blocked Huawei. Others are still deciding what to do while they carry out their own security reviews. Many have brushed aside US fears to work with Huawei’s advanced 5G technology. In Southeast Asia, the choice is often more a matter of economics than geopolitics. By the end of March 2019, Huawei had signed 40 contracts around the world to supply 5G gear. Of these contracts, 23 were in Europe, 10 in the Middle East, six in the Asia-Pacific region and one in Africa. Follow us on: Website: scmp.com Facebook: facebook.com/scmp Twitter: twitter.com/scmpnews Instagram: instagram.com/scmpnews Linkedin: linkedin.com/company/south-china-morning-post/
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Learn To Trade Forex Philippines - The Largest FX Event in South East Asia, Manila
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U.S. Airstrikes in Southeast Asia
This animation was created for “Remembering Vietnam: Twelve Critical Episodes in the Vietnam War” on exhibit through January 6, 2019 at the National Archives Museum in Washington, DC. It draws from National Archives databases of records of U.S. airstrikes on Laos, Cambodia, and North and South Vietnam.
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Silicon Valley: East meets Tech | 101 East
Beijing, Bangalore, Singapore and Shenzen are vying to become the world's next Silicon Valley, yet the place to find cutting edge Asian-led innovation is the United States. Dreams of rubbing shoulders with companies like Facebook, Google and Apple is luring high-tech Asian immigrants to the US at an astonishing rate. Over 100,000 Asians move to California each year, more than any other ethnic group. Stereotypes abound about a "smart race" and start-up companies are seeking out Asian brain power. In this age of digital transformation, 101 East asks if Asia is losing its best and brightest to the US. What makes Asian entrepreneurs so successful in #SiliconValley? Tweet us using hashtag #EastMeetsTech More from 101 East on: YouTube - http://aje.io/101eastYouTube Facebook - http://facebook.com/101east Twitter - http://twitter.com/aj101east Instagram - http://instagram.com/aj101east Website - http://aljazeera.com/101east
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The Largest IT Trade Fair in South East Asia  | I Did It My Way | Bikram Dasgupta | Memoire
The birth of IT in India through the eyes of one of the early pioneers who brought about the PC Revolution. I DID IT MY WAY is a story of a middle-class Bengali boy whose impatience became the reason for his success. Bikram Dasgupta has seen it all—from a boy who joined IIT Kharagpur for ‘serious fun’ to selling oxygen cylinders in his first job; from being dubbed as an ‘ideas man’ by IT doyen Shiv Nadar to co-founding India’s number one PC company of its time, and then going solo with his own entrepreneurial venture. I DID IT MY WAY is not a rags-to-riches story, but a fascinating insight into the life and times of someone who didn’t shy away from thinking big and, for whom, progress meant creating his own road and establishing new milestones. Bikram reveals his beliefs, ideas, influences, failures, and successes in a rollercoaster journey of over 30 years, exemplified by a single-minded, near obsessive determination to move ahead in life, despite debacles. While Bikram’s ‘wonder years’ in IIT Kharagpur came and went in a blink, his first job taught him much about life and work. Thereafter, Bikram’s time at HCL, the company that gave birth to India’s IT industry, was one of intense learning. However, his passion to turn entrepreneur led him to co-found PCL along with a few of his friends from IIT Kharagpur. His eye-popping $50-million worth hardware export deal with Dell catapulted PCL to the number one slot among PC companies in India. Bikram’s solo entrepreneurial venture—Globsyn—has helped West Bengal feature on the IT map of India. His efforts in helping India’s youth find their rightful place in the world is being aided by Globsyn’s different initiatives in education, skills and technology. Globsyn Business School’s accredited PGDM programme is now serving as a potent vehicle and platform to reach out to a vast numbers of high aspirational youth. I DID IT MY WAY is ultimately about reiterating the belief that every person has the power to create their own destiny. #IDidItMyWay #PCL #Technology #ITIndustry #ITAsia #BikramDasgupta #BDG #Memoire
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Serenity CBDO Alexander Stanovoy at Asia Trading Summit
Serenity CBDO Alexander Stanovoy presents Serenity project at Asia Trading Summit in Shanghai. Our website https://serenity-financial.io We in social: https://t.me/SerenityFinancial https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2309026 https://medium.com/@Serenity_financial/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/serenity-financial/
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East India Company |How British came and occupied India(British Rule in India- History)|The openbook
Please watch: "Nikola Tesla | The Untold Story | The Open Book" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1dQkjU8WmMk --~-- Classroom learning is not only enough for kids, Here TheOpenBook providing printable and online worksheets to help younger kids to learn their alphabets, numbers, shapes, colors and other basic skills. For more info visit our website: http://theopenbook.in/ Subscribe to our Channel : https://www.youtube.com/theopenbook Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/theopenbookedu Subscribe : https://www.youtube.com/theopenbook Add Us on Google+ : https://plus.google.com/+TheopenbookIn Twitter : https://twitter.com/thenewopenbook blogger : https://smartedukids.blogspot.in/ A group of seafarers with the intention of trade set up a company called the East India Company in 1600. Their aim was to look for a route to trade with the East Indies. On one such voyage Vasco-da-Gama discovered the city of Calicut and went back with booty of spices and news that the country he had disembarked was one with huge potential for raw materials and human resources. Though it was the Portuguese who realized that natural resources were available in plenty it was the English who capitalized on this. In a fairy tale like ending they got the rights to set up factories from the numerous small kingdoms and slowly weaned their way into the politics of the kingdoms. Using the jealousies of the several kingdoms and fanning the egos of the rulers they slowly established themselves as a major partner in running the country. Soon the blessings of the Queen and the British government were obtained and East India Company came to rule India for over 200 years. The video aims to capture the journey from a trading company to a political entity. #theopenbook #Education #Educationalvideos #Studyiq #learn #Cbse #icse #ssc #generalknowledge
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East Asia Market Realities: Indonesia
Indonesia is a tough market to crack for F&B exporters – but the prize is a big one, with East Asia’s biggest foodservice market and a growing middle class that’s embracing food delivery and dining out. Viona Ong, NZTE Business Development Manager in Jakarta, lays out the opportunities and challenges for New Zealand exporters ready to go the distance
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East Asia 2011 - Creating Jobs in Asia: The Entrepreneurship Equation
http://www.weforum.org/ 13.06.2011 How should the spirit of Asian entrepreneurship be ignited to drive regional employment, growth and competitiveness? The following dimensions will be addressed: - Creating an entrepreneurship ecosystem - Education and skills reform - Migration of talent - Fostering new sectors for growth • Yorihiko Kojima, Chairman of the Board, Mitsubishi Corporation, Japan • Sarah Mavrinac, Founder and Chair, aidha, Singapore; Social Entrepreneur • Dennis Nally, Chairman, PricewaterhouseCoopers International, USA • Hisanobu Shimada, President, International Textile, Garment and Leather Workers' Federation, Japan • Sehat Sutardja, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer, Marvell Technology Group, USA; Co-Chair of the World Economic Forum on East Asia • Gita Wirjawan, Chairman, Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM), Indonesia Chaired by • Annie Koh, Associate Professor of Finance and Dean, Office of Executive and Professional Education, Singapore Management University, Singapore
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