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Connecting to the World's Collections:  Making the Case for the Conservation and Preservation of our Cultural Heritage 
Asia's Emerging Powers: Rivalry and Global Responsibility
08 Dec - 13 Dec, 2009
(Session 467)
 The Performing Arts in Lean Times: Opportunities for Reinvention

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Interview with Ambassador V.B. Soni
Ambassador V.B. Soni, former Indian diplomat, Chairman of Overseas Infrastructure Alliance and faculty of SGS session on Emerging Asian Powers: Excerpts from an interview with Grace Rauh, on-air political reporter at NY1 News and a Knight Fellow of the session.

Interview with Wu Jianmin - China - U.S. Relations
Ambassador Wu Jianmin, Member of the Foreign Policy Advisory Group at the Chinese Foreign Ministry and faculty of SGS session on Emerging Asian Powers: Excerpts from an interview with Haris Aziz, senior copy editor at CNBC Pakistan and a Knight Fellow of the session.

Competitive Devaluations Are Likely in Asia

Chinese Banks Have Plenty of Room to Expand
Jing Ulrich, Managing Director and Chairman of China Equities and Commodities at JP Morgan, spoke on the Asian Economies Post-Crisis Panel at the Salzburg Global Session "Emerging Asian Powers: Rivalry and Global Responsibility." According to her, China's impressive recovery resulted from a substantial increase in government spending and a massive state-directed easing of credit, channeled through its well capitalized banking system. She argued that the banks still had plenty of unused lending capacity left to counter any risk of a future downturn. She said China's households seem to finally be beginning tp spent and invest giving a consumption-led push to the economy.

Interview with Jing Ulrich
Jing Ulrich, Managing Director and Chairman of China Equities and Commodities at JP Morgan and faculty of SGS session on Emerging Asian Powers: Excerpts from an interview with Grace Rauh, on-air political reporter at NY1 News and a Knight Fellow of the session.

Interview with Bill Emmott
Bill Emmott, former editor of the Economist and co-chair of the Salzburg Global Seminar session on Emerging Asian Powers: Excerpts from an interview with Tina Micklethwait, Director of Communications of the Salzburg Global Seminar.

Will the Global Recovery Be "LUV-Shaped?"
Bill Emmott, former editor of the Economist, spoke on the Asian Economies Post-Crisis Panel at the Salzburg Global Session "Emerging Asian Powers: Rivalry and Global Responsibility."

He introduced a concept of the "LUV-shaped" recovery: An "L-shape" in Europe and Japan; a "U-shape" in the United States; and a "V" in China and India and talked about recovery prospects in India and Japan. Price trends in emerging economies and the developed world may be headed in opposite directions -- with inflation remaining a longer-run concern in emerging economies and deflation bring the biggest threat in developed economies.

Why Salzburg? Bill Emmott explains
Bill Emmott, Journalist, Author, and Former Editor for The Economist, recently attended a session at the Salzburg Global Seminar entitled, "Asia's Emerging Powers: Rivalry and Global Responsibility". Here he speaks about why his experience at the Salzburg Global Seminar was so valuable.

Why Salzburg? Jing Ulrich Explains
Jing Ulrich, Managing Director, Chairman, China Equities & Commodities for J.P. Morgan recently attended a session at the Salzburg Global Seminar entitled, "Asia's Emerging Powers: Rivalry and Global Responsibility. Here she speaks about why her experience at the Salzburg Global Seminar was so valuable.

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Vidya Bhushan Soni

 
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