As global trade disputes continue and political uncertainties in the Eurozone continue to weigh on global economic confidence, Thailand and its neighbors have been positioning themselves as the alternative countries of choice to accommodate changes to the base of manufacturing output. This coupled with a massive investment into the digital economy to enhance the GMS’s competitive advantage, has led to renewed investor interest into the region.
Euromoney Conferences’ annual Greater Mekong Investment Forum which will be held on the 27th June in Bangkok will explore the latest global and regional economic developments, bringing together an audience of over 600 corporate and financial specialists to unravel where the opportunities lie and where the challenges exist for the future in the GMS exist.
Keynote Speaker Confirmed
We are pleased to annouce Pakorn Peetathawatchai, President at The Stock Exchange of Thailand, will be giving keynote speech to open the forum.
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Key Topics at the Forum
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If you focus on investing, manufacturing, banking, AI, BRI, or the Industry 4.0 initiative, this event represents your best opportunity for networking with the key individuals and institutions in the region, whilst also providing you with cutting edge commentary to help broaden your knowledge on the latest trends in the Mekong subregion.
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Euromoney reserves the right to decide eligibility for attendance. There are limited free places available only to institutional investors, asset managers, private equity funds, regional SMEs and senior executives of large domestic and multinational corporations. Intermediaries such as accountants, lawyers, investment bankers and consultants are required to pay for attendance.