Key Speakers Announced
For the Global Asia Matters Summit, November 8, Dublin
The theme of the Summit is the New Asia Reality and will focus on the strategic importance of the Asia business opportunity for open economies like Ireland in the changed global trade structure due to Brexit and the new US protectionism.

Confirmed speakers include:
  • Mauro Petriccione, Chief EU FTA Negotiator and Deputy-Director General
    DG TRADE European Commission, Belgium
  • Colin Ellis, Chief Economist, Moody's UK
  • Jim Barry, Managing Director Global Head of BlackRock Infrastructure Investment Group, USA
For more information on the Global Asia Matters Summit or to register for the event, click here.

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Asia Matters hosted the 3rd Asia Matters Summit Cork 17 and 18 May 2017.Sincere thanks to our partners Cork City Council, Cork County Council Cork Institute of Technology and Cork Chamber and media partners, Independent News and Media and Emerald Media. Video highlights and executive summaries here.
Inside Asia Matters
As the Asia Matters Community grows, we wish to welcome our recent members; Musgrave Group PLC, Sino Ireland Capitol Holding, Meath County Council, Robert Walters, The Irish Aviation Authority, Údarás na Gaeltachta, South Dublin County Council and IBEC.

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Upcoming Events
September 25
Asia Matters Brexit Series:

Dr. Paul Ryan, Director International Financial Institutions and Executive Board Member, Department of Finance.

November 8
The Global Asia Matters Summit:

The New Asia Reality
October 9
Asia Matters Brexit Series:
Professor Mark Ferguson, Director General Science Foundation Ireland

November 30
The Asia Matters Annual
Member Dinner
The Asia Ireland Business Yearbook
For insight on Asia market opportunities for Ireland in food, financial services, higher education, tourism, FDI and location competitiveness please see leadership articles in the digital version of the Asia Ireland Business Yearbook 2017.

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