ADMM+8 Meetings Conclude in Hanoi; Oct 15, 2010 IN THIS UPDATE: ADMM Statements ADMM + Issue Two ASEAN Indonesia Malaysia Philippines Singapore Thailand Vietnam
The Council is organizing a small Defense oriented meeting with Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense Robert Scher on Monday, October 25th. Please contact Anthony Nelson at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
ADMM Official Statements
Asia Needs to Produce More Food with Less Water, October 13 2010
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APEC’s 1 st Ministerial Meeting on Food Security in Niigata, Japan, October 16 – 17
Food & Agriculture Committee Third Quarterly meeting, Singapore, October 1932 nd AMAF in Cambodia, October 20 – 26
Asia Needs to Produce More Food with Less Water - ADB Conference, WBR, Oct 12
(Jakarta) In an effort to promote infrastructure development in Indonesia, the Investment Coordinating Board of the Republic of Indonesia ( BKP M) and the US-ASEAN Business Council yesterday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) outlining their plans to work together to expand investment through Public-Private Partnerships, as well as explore ways to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of infrastructure dev e lopment in Indonesia. BKPM was represented by its Chairman, Gita Wirjawan, while US-ASEAN Business Council President Alexander Feldman and President of Caterpillar Asia and Chairman of the US-ASEAN Business Council Infratructure W orking G roup Kevin R. Thieneman signed on behalf of U.S. Business.
10th Asean Telmin Meeting Postponed To December IN THIS UPDATE: Indonesia Malaysia Philippines Singapore Thailand
Looking Ahead...November 1-2: Business Mission to Malaysia. The Council is currently registering for its Business Mission to Malaysia, where we will be requesting a meeting with H.E. Rais Yatim, Minister of Information, Communication and Culture. For more information, please contact Mike Orgill at email@example.com.
(New York, NY) The US-ASEAN Business Council and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce today hosted a breakfast with the leaders of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) in advance of the 2nd ASEAN Leaders Summit with President Obama. As part of their first joint trip to the United States, the ASEAN leaders met with the business community to celebrate the opportunities created by increased U.S.-ASEAN engagement. The nations of ASEAN were represented by ASEAN Secretary General Dr.
Tap Oil begins drilling at Mawar-1 in Block M, Brunei IN THIS UPDATE:
• Meeting with Vietnam Prime Minister in Mekong Delta business forum, Can Tho, Vietnam, September 5 - 6, 2010
• US-ASEAN Business Council’s Trade Mission to the Philippines, October
South East Asia
GMS countries commit to use Mekong water properly, Vietnamnet, August 23
Ocotber Launch for Indonesia's Tax ICT Reform Project, Aug 25 IN THIS UPDATE: Indonesia Malaysia Philippines Singapore Thailand Vietnam
Looking Ahead...September 9: The Council will host a luncheon in honor of Singapore's Minister for Edcuation and Second Minister for Defence, Dr. Ng Eng Hen. For more information, please contact Mike Orgill at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Senate Confirms Ambassador Scot Marciel, August 9 IN THIS UPDATE:Economy Energy ICT Infrastructure Politics Other
The Council will be holding a members briefing with Ambassador Scot Marciel on August 11th. For more information, please contact Mike Orgill at email@example.com.
The US-ASEAN Business Council is in the process of redoing its Indonesia mailing list. If you have colleagues that did not receive this email or if these emails should be directed to someone else in your company, please contact Mike Orgill at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Marc Mealy, Vice President of the US-ASEAN Business Council noted: "The US-ASEAN Business Council's visit to Brunei Darussalam reflects our strong desire to explore opportunities to strengthen bilateral economic ties between the United States and Brunei.
(Bangkok) Against a backdrop of robust economic growth in Thailand, a major delegation of U.S. companies organized by the US-ASEAN Business Council concluded a 3-day Business Mission to Bangkok today. Delegates from 22 leading U.S. companies met with a range of government officials, concluding Friday afternoon with a productive discussion with Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva. The mission was co-led by Council Vice-President Marc Mealy and Laura Hudson of Chevron, Chair of the Council's Thailand Committee.