The 21st century was marked by a change in the center of the world economy which was originally centered in western countries (Europe-USA) into eastern countries (Asia). This change is in line with the economic growth of Asian countries. This growth will certainly bring opportunities and challenges for multinational companies. With a dominant population in China, India, and Indonesia, these three countries will become big markets. Asian economic growth is estimated to reach 5%, which is the driving force for growth in the world economy. But along with economic growth and a large population, Asia also faces risks. These risks include the growth of the spirit of protectionism in various countries, high geopolitical tension, an increasingly aging population, and low productivity will require structural reforms in Asian countries. The current global economy is also marked by digitalization, where the developing technology creates destructive challenges and constructive opportunities. Asian countries are now leaders in the digital revolution, but to continue to take advantage of these opportunities, policies are needed in various fields including policies in information technology, trade, labor markets, and education.
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Participating students work in groups on a project focus, with topics: Tourism, Passion Fruit, Seafood, Cacao, Public & Private and Nut.
Scope and activities are :
|Early Bird Participant – Indonesian/Foreign Passport Holder*||IDR 1.500.000|
|Public Participant – Indonesia/Foreign Passport Holder||IDR 2.000.000|
|Student – Indonesian/Foreign Passport Holder||IDR 1.250.000|
|Local Presenter – Indonesian Passport Holder||IDR 1.150.000|
|Foreign Presenter – Foreign Passport Holder||IDR 2.800.000|
|Student Presenter – Indonesian/Foreign Passport Holder||IDR 700.000|