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US-Indo-Pacific Conference Day 1 [Video]

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US-Indo-Pacific Conference Day 1

The first day of the conference will occur on Tuesday, April 5, from 9:15 a.m.-12:00 p.m. EST. The second day of the conference will occur on Wednesday, April 6, from 9:00 a.m.-11:30 a.m. EST.

The US-ASEAN Business Council and the Center for Strategic & International Studies are hosting a major U.S.-Indo-Pacific Conference on April 5-6, 2022. The conference will focus on the U.S. relationship with ASEAN and the Quad, as well as a discussion about the role of American industry in the region. The conference follows the US-ASEAN Special Summit (March 28-29, 2022), COP26 (November 1, 2021), the Indo-Pacific Business Forum (Oct 28-29, 2021), the 39th ASEAN Summit (Oct 26-28, 2021), and the first Quad Leaders’ Summit at the White House (Sept 24, 2021). Join us for a conversation featuring keynote remarks from senior US government officials and panel discussions with private sector executives, prominent academics, and industry-focused thought leaders on shifting from pandemic to endemic, regional economic recovery, and emerging partnerships in the Indo-Pacific.

This event is made possible by support from the US-ASEAN Business Council.
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