APEC 2013: Building the right business model to prosper in a changing Asia Pacific region

APEC 2013: Building the right business model to prosper in a changing Asia Pacific region

APEC 2013: Building the right business model to prosper in a changing Asia Pacific region

Responding to a changing Asia Pacific region

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For businesses, building the right model for a changing Asia Pacific is at the heart of the matter. This involves making a number of decisions, including which economies (and customers) to concentrate on, where to innovate, how much to invest, and how to allocate those funds.

For policymakers, the key question is which trade and development models will support regional growth in the future. The surge in potential trade pacts in the region over the past year shows that the issue is far from settled.

APEC CEOs speak on issues and business trends

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Connecting across Asia Pacific: Supply chain, trade, infrastructure and services

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Jin Roy Ryu, Chairman & CEO, Poongsan Group

Growth opportunities in Asia Pacific

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Anthony Nightingale, Director, Jardine Matheson Holdings Limited

Growth of AsiaPac middle class means opportunities for business

Growth opportunities in Asia Pacific

Jin Roy Ryu, Chairman & CEO, Poongsan Group, Korea gives an overview of Asia Pacific economies and their potential for business growth as part of PwC's APEC 2013 CEO Survey.

Growth of AsiaPac middle class means opportunities for business

Anthony Nightingale, Director, Jardine Matheson Holdings Limited, Hong Kong, speaks to the opportunities and challenges in today's APEC economies as part of PwC's APEC 2013 CEO Survey.

Connecting across Asia Pacific: Supply chain, trade, infrastructure and services


Asia Pacific CEOs change strategies to sync with new customers

APEC CEO changing strategies
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Who benefits?
Asia's potential trade paths

GDP percentage gains
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