UBS Call: Competing With China? Or Competing For China?

Saturday, March 27, 2010 10:24
Posted in category The Big Picture

A few weeks back UBS’s ASEAN regional economist Ed Teather put out the piece of research Six questions on ASEAN’s links with China (email me for a copy) looking at trade, investment and policy links between ASEAN and China by working to answer the following the questions:

  • Which countries in ASEAN have the highest export exposure to China?
  • Which countries can compete with China?
  • How significant is the ASEAN-China Free Trade Area?
  • Could ASEAN benefit from China investment flows?
  • Will a regional FX reserve agreement including China improve stability?
  • How will ASEAN policy makers respond to China monetary policy tightening?

As a compliment to that piece, or perhaps because that piece resulted in UBS being asked so many follow up questions, there will be a global conference call on Tuesday the 30th at 16:00 China time where it will be discussed, and questions can be asked. I plan to be on the call

If interested in participating, click here to register

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2 Responses to “UBS Call: Competing With China? Or Competing For China?”

  1. ket keong wong says:

    March 27th, 2010 at 2:45 pm

    Hi Richard,

    Thank you for posting this topic.

    I would like to receive a copy of the UBS report on ASEAN-China trade etc.

    Keep up the good job.

    Yours truly,
    Ket Keong

  2. Alyssa Lym says:

    August 25th, 2010 at 5:47 pm

    Hi Richard,

    I’m currently in the midst of researching on ASEAN and came across your post. Would appreciate if you could send me the UBS article – it sounds highly relevant and interesting.

    Thank you very much.

    Best regards,