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Space Still Available to Join Leading Business Thinkers Gathering in Bali October 28-29, 2011 at ASEAN DIALOGUES.

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Van Zorge Heffernan & Associates--In partnership with the Asian Wall Street Journal and backed by some of region's largest corporations such as CIMB of Malaysia, ASEAN DIALOGUES is a premier VIP forum for business executives to explore and gain deep insights into some of the more critical issues shaping Southeast Asia's economies, business and politics that will be held in Bali October 28-29, 2011.

This year's ASEAN DIALOGUES will focus on helping leaders who need to think strategically about how economic and political forces taking place outside their country can impact their businesses.

In a full-day session on "China's Future, And What It Means For Southeast Asia" speakers from China's most prestigious research institutes, investment advisory firms and banks will speak about the challenges now facing China's economy, the prospects for a slowdown in growth and how this could affect other economies in the region.

Participants will also have the opportunity to learn from leading experts about China’s foreign energy policies, Beijing's territorial claims in the South China Sea and how upcoming changes in the Chinese Communist Party leadership might cause critical policy shifts in the future. Speakers will also provide hands-on advice on how local companies can better position themselves in their trade with China and the competition from Chinese corporations as they continue to expand their trade and outward direct investment throughout Southeast Asia.

Sessions on regional and global topics will also be held, with seasoned economists and political analysts participating in large roundtable discussions about the outlook for the global economy in 2012, how the Euro zone crisis could affect Southeast Asia's economies, and a review of political developments in the region that could spell change in economic policies and the business climate.

Delegates will be treated to entertainment, Balinese leisure activities and fine dining that will provide networking opportunities with peers from Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore.

Featured Speakers

• Gita Wirjawan – Chairman of Indonesia Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM)
• Suryo Sulisto - Chairman, Indonesian Chamber of Commerce (KADIN)
• Dane Chamorro - Director, Asia Pacific of Global Risk Analysis at Control Risks
• James Clad – National Defense University, Washington, D.C.
• Daojiong Zha - Professor of International Political Economy in the School of International Studies, Peking University
• Victor Gao - Director of the China National Association of International Studies
• Arthur Kroeber – Director, Dragonomics, Beijing
• Michael Kurtz - Head of Regional Strategy, Macquarie Securities (Australia) Ltd., Shanghai Rep Office
• Willy Lam – Adjunct Professor at Chinese University of Hong Kong
• Shaun Rein – Managing Director, Chinese Market Research Group, Shanghai
• John Lee Anderson – Foreign Correspondent, The New Yorker
• Glen Robinson – Founding Director, AFG Venture Group, Australia
• Richard Barichello - Professor, Food and Resource Economics Group at the University of British Columbia
• Raoul Oberman - Director, McKinsey & Company, Jakarta
• Steven Gan -Co-founder, Malaysiakini
• Dennis Heffernan - Partner, Van Zorge Heffernan & Associates
• Bertil Lintner - Correspondent, Svenska Dagbladet
• Lin Neumann - Chief Editorial Adviser, Jakarta Globe Media, Indonesia
• Maria Ressa - International Center for Political Violence and Terrorism Research
• Manu Bhaskaran - Centennial Group and the National University of Singapore
• Razeen Sally - Director of the European Centre for International Political Economy, Brussels
• Stephen Schwartz - Economist, Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria (BBVA), Hongkong
• Milan Zavadjil - Senior Resident Representative, IMF, Jakarta

Participation Cost:

There is an early-bird special US$2,500 for corporations and a non-corporate rate of US$1,2500.  This fee includes: conference Pproceedings, food and beverages, and entertainment.

Not included are accommodation and transportation outside Bali.

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