The reform of state-owned enterprises (SOEs) is an urgent priority for all Asian countries. Asian SOEs suffer from declining performance, rising debt, and serious corruption. SOEs are not generally market-competitive and lack efficient coordination and management, requiring sustained efforts to ensure improved performance. Since key infrastructure, logistics, and energy industries in developing Asian countries are SOEs, their efficiency is critical for these countries’ growth.
- Provide an overview of challenges associated with efficient management of state-owned enterprises and suggest reforms to tackle those challenges
- Introduce participants to contemporary challenges facing state-owned enterprises in Asia and promote solutions to these challenges
14 government officials from Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, the People’s Republic of China, Tajikistan, the Kyrgyz Republic, and Uzbekistan
Participants are expected to attend and actively participate in workshop modules.
- An understanding of the key issues associated with state-owned enterprises (SOEs) in Asia
- Development of a practical framework to improve SOE efficiency in Asian countries
How to register
By invitation only.
Time of event
09:00 - 18:00Stay up to date Subscribe to our newsletter and get the latest issues, news, events, jobs and data in your e-mail inbox.