For several decades the West has driven the global economic agendas, set the political and legal standards and dominated the technology and innovation space. Increasingly, we move towards a world where sham democracy is the new global norm, where the East rises above Western dominance, where proponents of globalisation and free trade close in on themselves.
Is the increasing dominance of Asia a threat or an opportunity? And can the global trade and the maritime sector benefit from this?
An expert in Chinese economy, politics and business and a futurist will each give their point of view of expected future of China kickstarting the panel debate.
Nis Høyrup Christensen, Post.Doc, Institute for International Economy, Politics and Business, CBS
Peter Bay Kirkegaard, Chief Advisor, Confederation of Danish Industry
Mads Drejer, Nordic Ocean Freight Director, Scan Global Logistics A/S
Carsten Beck, Director of Research, Copenhagen Institute for Futures Studies
Jørgen Delman, Professor, China Studies, Department of Cross-cultural and Regional Studies (ToRS), University of Copenhagen
Moderator: Niels Vallø, Senior Advisor, Contport Consult
Price (ex. VAT)
Non-member: 995 DKK
No-show fee: 500 DKK