REGISTRATION: 2022 ADBI Annual Conference on Fostering Resilient Supply Chains Amid Uncertainty
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Tokyo, Japan – Registration is open for the virtual 2022 ADBI Annual Conference on 28-30 November that will examine prospects for building supply chain resilience amid growing uncertainty and the implications for inclusive recovery in Asia and the Pacific’s trade-reliant developing economies.
The conference will feature insights from World Customs Organization Secretary General Kunio Mikuriya, 2022 World Food Prize Laureate Cynthia Rosenzweig of NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies, Asian Development Bank President Masatsugu Asakawa, and other senior officials and researchers on emerging supply chain challenges and policy options.
It will spotlight research-based measures for reinvigorating trade and transportation after COVID-19, mitigating financial and climate risks, and tackling supply chain disruptions affecting food and energy security. The focus will be on digital solutions, transition strategies, and multilateral cooperation.
2022 ADBI Annual Conference: Fostering Resilient Global Supply Chains Amid Risk and Uncertainty
28-30 November 2022
- Kunio Mikuriya, Secretary General, World Customs Organization
- Cynthia Rosenzweig, 2022 World Food Prize Laureate; Senior Research Scientist, NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies
- Masatsugu Asakawa, President, Asian Development Bank
- Tetsushi Sonobe, Dean, Asian Development Bank Institute
- Leading policy researchers from think tanks, universities, government agencies, and international organizations
Registration Note: Registration will remain open until the conclusion of the conference.