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Look ahead breakfast briefing: Powering Indonesia’s growth

The Ritz-Carlton Jakarta, Mega Kuningan,
Jakarta, Indonesia

This breakfast briefing will bring together leading thinkers from business, government and academia to consider how to power Indonesia’s growth. What can we expect from the new government? What policy settings will best incentivise public and private-sector investment in infrastructure and energy?

Innovation Awards and Summit 2014

JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong,
Hong Kong S.A.R., China

For the first time, The Economist is bringing it's Innovation awards and summit to Asia-Pacific. Join us in Hong Kong to hear from some of the world's leading entrepreneurs, thinkers, creators, scientists and innovators.

World Water Summit

The Crystal,
London, United Kingdom

World Water Summit will launch in London in 2014. Join the world's leading thinkers on water policy, management, irrigation, technology, economic development, sanitation and hygiene and water-related risks to debate how to handle the looming water crisis.

China Summit 2014

Kerry Hotel, Beijing,
Beijing, China

The Economist Events annually convenes the summit to survey China’s timely opportunities, pressing issues and perplexing macro developments across its economy, politics and society. As in The Economist newspaper, the summit explores linkages and how these affect participants with rigorous, global and forward-looking perspectives. China Summit is for business leaders, policymakers, academics and observers who wish to discuss, debate and learn.

The Global Agenda 2014

Trinity House,
London, United Kingdom

Each year we bring together 50 chairmen, chief executives and influential thinkers from politics and academia together with senior editors atThe Economist for an off-the-record talks on key business, political and economic issues of the day facing leaders.

Arctic Summit 2015

Hotel Bristol,
Oslo, United Kingdom

The third Arctic Summit will return to Oslo for 2015. It is the only event that brings together all Arctic stakeholders, from mining and hydrocarbon business and investors, Arctic Council members and observer states, to local community representatives and environmental experts to debate the future of the region.

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