Will this be the Asian century?

Asia’s economic transformation has been historically unprecedented, both in pace and scale. Many people predict that we have already entered the “Asia century”, a time of global development that is dominated by Asia’s growth. But can the Asian economic model adapt to the growing list of stresses that have been placed on it?

AlphaBeta Director, Fraser Thompson gives answers in an interview with the Human Capital Leadership Institute in Singapore.

Watch the interview here.

 

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