Praxis Economic Seminar

SnapTalks

We took the opportunity to ask a few panellists at PRAXIS2018 on their thoughts on some matters. The list of video interviews here:

  1. “Are infrastructure projects economically viable?” – Mr Nurhisham Hussein, General Manager, Economics & Capital Markets, Employees Provident Fund, Malaysia

  2. “What is the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) doing in regards to the Belt and Road Initiative?” – Datuk Isham Ishak, Secretary-General, Ministry of International Trade and Industry, Malaysia

  3. “Can the current government deliver on its manifesto promises?” – Dato’ Dr Rais Hussin, Member of the Supreme Leaders Council, Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia

  4. ”Will there be changes in the country’s economic policy when current Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamed transfers power to Dato’ Sri Anwar Ibrahim?” – YB Nik Nazmi Nik Ahmad, Member of Parliament for Setiawangsa

  5. “How can we increase the wages of Malaysians?” – YB Senator Liew Chin Tong, Deputy Minister of Defence Malaysia

Programme

Thursday, 4 October 2018

0845 – 0930

Registration & Networking

0930 – 0950

Participants take their seats

1015 – 1025

WELCOMING REMARKS

1025 – 1045

ROYAL ADDRESS

1045 – 1100

Refreshments

1100 – 1215

SESSION 1: PROSPECTS, STRENGTHS AND VULNERABILITIES OF THE MALAYSIAN ECONOMY

1215 – 1330

SESSION 2: RAISING THE GAME OF MALAYSIAN MANUFACTURING AND SERVICES WITH NEW ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES

1330 – 1430

Lunch

1430 – 1545

SESSION 3: MALAYSIAN EXPORTS IN AN AGE OF INCREASING PROTECTIONISM AND BILATERALISM

1545 – 1700 SESSION 4: THE GOVERNMENT’S POLICIES AND PRIORITIES IN 2019

1700 – 1715

CLOSING REMARKS

Interlocutor & Panellists

Session 1: PROSPECTS, STRENGTHS AND VULNERABILITIES OF THE MALAYSIAN ECONOMY

Interlocutor:
Panelists:

SESSION 2: RAISING THE GAME OF MALAYSIAN MANUFACTURING AND SERVICES WITH NEW ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES

Interlocutor :
Panellists:

SESSION 3: MALAYSIAN EXPORTS IN AN AGE OF INCREASING PROTECTIONISM AND BILATERALISM

Interlocutor :
Panellists:

SESSION 4: THE GOVERNMENT’S POLICIES AND PRIORITIES IN 2019

Interlocutor :
Panellists:

CLOSING REMARKS

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