Thriving in a slow-growth world
Economies on both sides of the Pacific have been among the greatest beneficiaries of trade openness. Today Asia Pacific CEOs are planning for a future where data is as valuable as low tariffs and attractive markets are the ones with deep talent pools and the right policy environment as well as growing customer demand.
Learn how CEOs in over 10 APEC economies view their prospects for revenue growth, cross border investments and the Internet of Things.
CEOs share outlooks for their industries, the Asia Pacific region, a changing China and how trade policy trends impact their business. Learn what CEOs in finance, mining, consumer goods, technology, and more think will unfold in Asia Pacific and the Americas in 2016-17.
President, Business Council of Papua New Guinea and General Manager Corporate Affairs, Steamships
(Papua New Guinea)
Throughout the year, APEC brings industry leaders and regional ministers together to help break down the barriers to sustainable economic growth and opportunity for all. In 2016, PwC joined the dialogues on food security, finance, mining and trade. What was discussed? We’re reporting on the top issues and solutions.
Home to the world’s largest food producers, importers and exporters, the Asia-Pacific region presents important market opportunities and diverse challenges for the food industry.
Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) is the premier economic forum for the region. Its primary goal is to support sustainable economic growth and prosperity in region. PwC supports this goal by conducting research, sharing insights and facilitating public-private sector dialogues in food security, infrastructure development and international trade and investment. We are proud to be Knowledge Partner to the APEC CEO Summit 2016.