WEBINAR REPLAY | Adapted from a private session with audience in Korea
Given the trade tensions and looming risks of de-globalisation, it is likely that China will embark on a different growth path in the aftermath of COVID, and increasingly rely on domestic demand to drive growth. This structural shift holds significant implications for EM Asia. In fact, ASEAN replaced the European Union as China’s biggest trading partner in 1Q20. In this webinar, our co-CIO David Lai shares our research and insights on investing into ASEAN markets in light of the late COVID crisis, re-escalating US-China trade dispute and more importantly the gradual global supply chain reconfiguration.