11th ASEAN Leadership Forum

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21 May 2014
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Oxford Business Group is pleased to announce its media partnership with the 11th ASEAN Leadership Forum which will be held on 11 – 12 May, in Myanmar. In this respect we send you the following message from the conference organisers:

Dear Oxford Business Group Subscribers,

THE 11TH ASEAN LEADERSHIP FORUM
“The Road Towards 2015 – Community Building Towards Regional Prosperity,
Resilience and Peace”

11th and 12th May 2014  Myanmar International Convention Centre II, Nay Pyi Taw

The ASEAN Leadership Forum (ALF) is an annual high powered Forum held alongside the April / May Summit of ASEAN Leaders.

The ALF has been held in Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok, Jakarta, Singapore, and Phnom Penh over the years and will convene this year in Myanmar, in conjunction with Myanmar's chairmanship of ASEAN and held just after the May Summit of ASEAN Leaders in Myanmar.

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The ALF brings together Government, business and thought leaders to discuss the critical issues and challenges facing ASEAN. ALF provides an apt and timely platform for leaders from Governments of ASEAN Member states along with the business and academic leaders to share valuable thoughts on the future direction of ASEAN and its future. It also provides an opportunity for the participants to feel the pulse of ASEAN and the rhythm of development in ASEAN region, particularly in ASEAN community building.

The ASEAN Leadership Forum will provide a platform to share views and the senior level interchanges on the future of ASEAN and what the region will look like going forward.

It is a must attend event with a highly relevant programme for business leaders, top executives, civil society and the academic leaders to join government leaders to deliberate on the future of ASEAN and what leadership challenges ASEAN needs to address.

Past keynote speakers include the Prime Ministers of Malaysia, Thailand, Cambodia and Vice President of Indonesia, as well as senior ministers and corporate CEOs from the region.