FULLY BOOKED - Luncheon Address: Global Economic Outlook 2014

  • Wednesday, February 19, 2014
  • 11:45 - 14:00
  • Hilton Sukhumvit Bangkok, 11 Sukhumvit Soi 24 (BTS: Phrom Phong)


  • Open to any employee of an AustCham member company. To register for website access please go to the 'member info' tab on the AustCham home page and select 'apply for website access'.

    Members may register guests at the non-member price.
  • For those who are not members of the chamber and not employed by an AustCham member company.

    You may register additional guests.

AustCham is delighted to invite members and friends to its Global Economic Outlook 2014 luncheon seminar. Mr Christopher Wang, Head of Investment Advisory at ANZ, and Dr Kirida Bhaopichitr, Senior Economist at the World Bank in Bangkok, will discuss the economic trends that are likely to shape the global and Thai economies in the coming year.

Event details

Wednesday 19 February 2014
  12:00 - 14:00, registration from 11:45
Cost: Baht 800 for members
  Baht 950 for non-members
Location: Hilton Sukhumvit Bangkok, 11 Sukhumvit Soi 24
Phrom Phong (a five-minute walk)

Guest Speakers

Mr Christopher Wang
Head of Investment Advisory at ANZ

Mr Christopher Wang, will analyse the global economic trends that will shape economies in 2014-15. He will comment on the recoupling of the global economy, the US macro-economic environment, its housing market and resurgent consumerism, Japan’s recovery, the reallocation of capital, and finally the associated investment and market implications of these trends.

Dr Kirida Bhaopichitr
Senior Economist at the East Asia and Pacific Poverty Reduction and Economic Management Unit of the World Bank

Dr Kirida Bhaopichitr, will subsequently present on Thailand’s economic outlook for 2014-15. She will analyse the global trends outlined by Mr Christopher Wang in the context of the Thai economy. To do this, she will consider what global factors will have the largest impact on Thailand’s economy in 2014-15, and what this will mean for the country’s economy. She will also comment on the domestic factors that will shape Thailand’s economy in the coming year.