Webinar: Virtual Launch of the Economic Outlook for Southeast Asia, China and India 2022 – Financing a sustainable recovery from COVID-19

 

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2022年2月21日
2022年3月23日 Updated: 本イベントは終了いたしました。

OECD東京センターと開発センターは、3月22日(火)に「Economic Outlook for Southeast Asia, China and India 2022 – Financing a sustainable recovery from COVID-19(OECD東南アジア・中国・インド経済見通し2022:COVID-19からの持続可能な回復のためのファイナンス政策)」の公表ウェビナーを開催いたします。

2010年に創刊されたEconomic Outlook for Southeast Asia, China and India は、ASEAN諸国(ブルネイ・ダルサラーム、カンボジア、インドネシア、ラオス、マレーシア、ミャンマー、フィリピン、シンガポール、タイ、ベトナム)と中国、インドにおける経済成長と発展に関してまとめた、OECDの代表的な報告書です。

対象地域の経済動向や政策課題について最新情報を提供し、新興アジア・ASEAN諸国とOECD加盟国との政策対話を促進することで、政府による経済政策の質および国民の福祉向上に寄与することを目的としています。

本ウェビナーでは、アジア各国の著名なスピーカーとともに、報告書の主要な知見を紹介する予定です。2022年版のアウトルックは、現在のマクロ経済評価について議論するとともに、新型コロナウイルスのオミクロン株の影響、インフレ圧力、サプライチェーンの混乱、不平等の拡大などの経済リスクについて検証しています。

 

 

 

報告書のテーマ別章では、COVID-19の大流行からの持続可能な回復のためのファイナンス政策に焦点を当て、債務管理、グリーンボンドやソーシャルボンド、サステナビリティボンドを含むCOVID-19関連の金融商品など、資金調達の政策オプションを広げる可能性について探っています。また、金融リテラシーの向上やマクロプルーデンス政策の枠組み強化など、資本市場発展のための政策オプションについても議論しています。 

DRAFT AGENDA 

17:00-17:15(JST)
09:00-09:15(CET)


Opening Remarks

Ragnheiður Elín Árnadóttir, Director, OECD Development Centre

Datin Paduka Malai Hajah Halimah binti Malai Haji Yussof, Ambassador of Brunei Darussalam to France

Brendan Pearson, Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Australia to the OECD, and Co-Chair of the OECD South-East Asia
Regional Programme (SEARP)

17:15-18:20(JST)
09:15-10:20(CET) 

Keynote
Presentation

Discussants

 

 

Moderator

Launch of Outlook 2022 edition


Ragnheiður Elín Árnadóttir, Director, OECD Development Centre, and
Kensuke Tanaka, Head of Asia Desk, OECD Development Centre

  • Porametee Vimolsiri, Chairman, Bank of Thailand Board, and former Secretary General of NESDC, Thailand
  • Destry Damayanti, Senior Deputy Governor, Bank Indonesia
  • Moreno Bertoldi, Head of the Global Economy, Directorate General for Economic and Financial Affairs, European Commission

Q&A session

Naoko Kawaguchi, Acting Head of OECD Tokyo Centre

18:20-18:30(JST)
10:20-10:30(CET)

 

Final Remark

Mathias Cormann, Secretary General, OECD

 

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21 February, 2022 
23 March, 2022, updated:this event has ended. 

 

OECD Tokyo Centre Webinar on Launch of the Economic Outlook for Southeast Asia, China and India 2022:

Financing sustainable recovery from COVID-19

22 March 2022 | 17:00-18:30 JST and 9:00-10:30 CET

Register here for the Zoom Webinar

 

The OECD Tokyo Centre and the Development Centre are pleased to invite you to the virtual launch of the Economic Outlook for Southeast Asia, China and India 2022: Financing sustainable recovery from COVID-19 on 22 March 2022.

First launched in 2010, the Economic Outlook for Southeast Asia, China and India is a flagship and best-selling publication on economic growth and development in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN): Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Viet Nam, together with China and India.

Providing an update of regional economic trends and policy challenges, the Outlook promotes policy dialogues between Emerging Asia/ASEAN and OECD member countries in hopes that it will improve the quality of economic policies made by governments in the region and the well-being of their citizens.

In this webinar, we will present key findings of the report, together with distinguished speakers from Asian countries. The 2022 edition of the Outlook discussescurrent macroeconomic assessments and examines economic risks, such as impacts of the Omicron variant, inflationary pressures, supply chain disruptions, as well as rising inequality.

The thematic focus of the Outlook 2022 addresses financing sustainable recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. It explores the possibility of broadening financing policy options to cope with this challenge such as debt management, and COVID-19 related financial instruments, including green, social and sustainability bonds. The report also discuss policy options for developing capital markets, such as increasing financial literacy and enhancing macroprudential policy frameworks.

 

DRAFT AGENDA 

17:00-17:15(JST)
09:00-09:15(CET)

Opening Remarks

Ragnheiður Elín Árnadóttir, Director, OECD Development Centre

Datin Paduka Malai Hajah Halimah binti Malai Haji Yussof, Ambassador of Brunei Darussalam to France

Brendan Pearson, Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Australia to the OECD, and Co-Chair of the OECD South-East Asia
Regional Programme (SEARP)

17:15-18:20(JST)
09:15-10:20(CET)

Keynote
Presentation

Discussants

 

 

Moderator

Launch of Outlook 2022 edition


Ragnheiður Elín Árnadóttir, Director, OECD Development Centre, and
Kensuke Tanaka, Head of Asia Desk, OECD Development Centre

  • Porametee Vimolsiri, Chairman, Bank of Thailand Board, and former Secretary General of NESDC, Thailand
  • Destry Damayanti, Senior Deputy Governor, Bank Indonesia
  • Moreno Bertoldi, Head of the Global Economy, Directorate General for Economic and Financial Affairs, European Commission

Q&A session

Naoko Kawaguchi, Acting Head of OECD Tokyo Centre

18:20-18:30(JST)
10:20-10:30(CET)


Final Remark

Mathias Cormann, Secretary General, OECD

 

Registration:

Please register from this link: Webinar Registration - Zoom

 

Contacts:

Registration and any other issues: Tokyo.Contact@oecd.org, copying Prasiwi.ibrahim@oecd.org 

Media Contact: for further information or to request interviews with the authors of the report, please contact Yumiko.Yokokawa@oecd.org (for Asia-Pacific) or Bochra.KRIOUT@oecd.org (for Europe)

 

 

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