21st Edition of CCIFM Séminaire de Réflexion

The 21st edition of the CCIFM Seminaire De Reflexion was held in Cyberjaya from 10-11 February 2020. The event, organized by the CCIFM, with the support of the French Embassy and the CCEs (French Foreign Trade Advisors) is a vital platform for French companies to have a political, economic and financial outlook for the year for Malaysia within the ASEAN contexts.

This year program included apart from customary key note address by the French Ambassador, H.E Frederic Laplanche and presentations from  an established line of speakers touching various key subjects.

 

•             The World in 2020: A Global Update on the economic and regional trends by Andrew Staples Andrew Staples, Global Editorial Director of    Economist Corporate Network

•             Trends that shape our society, markets and people in 2020 by Mr. Arun Menon, Managing Director of Ipsos.

•             Update on the Malaysia political situation and the future by Dr. Eddin Khoo founder of PUSAKA 

•             Update on Malaysian Tax and Transfer Pricing by Theresa Kok and Mr. Laurent Varlet of Deloitte 

•             PALM OIL Geopolitics: A global Game of Economic Competitiveness and Industrial Strategy by Jean Marc Roda, CIRAD Malaysia.

•             EU Position on Palm Oil from the Malaysian Perspective by M.R. Chandran, Advisor, RSPO

•             CONNECTED PLANTATIONS & FORESTS “Disruptive Agrotech for Responsible Planters” by Michel Gilmour, Managing Director, Tanalys

•             National Investment Agenda by Dato Azman Mahmud, CEO of MIDA

•             Malaysia’s Digital Economy Landscape, Siva Velayutham of Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC)


We would like to take this opportunity to thank our events partners and supporter

AGS Fourwinds Malaysia    -    Ipsos Malaysia    -    Invest KL     -     Air France

 

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