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Milken Institute September 2016
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Asia Summit 2016
With the theme of “Forces Shaping Asia,” this year’s Asia Summit in Singapore brought 600-plus participants together for more than 30 public and private sessions over three days. Panels addressed eight key themes for the region’s future, including economic integration, capital markets reform and security dynamics. To deepen the discussions, the Institute released four research reports on Asian themes shortly before the Summit. A number of participants told us that the Asia Summit has become one of the region's must-attend events for leaders in business, finance and policy.

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The Power of Ideas
Best-Performing Cities (BPC) China
Perry Wong, Michael C.Y. Lin and Jessica Jackson
"BPC China" showcases the country’s top cities based on economic performance. The report compares the short- and long-term growth of more than 250 cities in jobs, wages, gross regional product and foreign direct investment. A complete Chinese translation is also available.
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Global Opportunity Index 2016—Beyond FDI: Lessons from Asia
Jonathon Adams-Kane, Claude Lopez and Jakob Wilhelmus
Based on the 2016 edition of the Milken Institute Global Opportunity Index, the report assesses the attractiveness of Asian countries to foreign investors and provides a closer look at the composition of Asia’s capital inflows.
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China’s Global Integration and Capital Flows: Will Turmoil Give Way to Progress?
Jakob Wilhelmus, Perry Wong, Keith Savard and Cindy Li
China has become an engine of the world economy, contributing 20 percent of global GDP growth in 2015. For most of the past two decades, China has run surpluses on both its current and financial accounts, resulting in a significant accumulation of foreign exchange reserves. Recently, this situation has changed. This report is the first in a series of analyses of Chinese capital flows.
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Redefining Traditional Notions of Aging: Embracing Longevity Across Cultures
Perry Wong, Belinda Chng, Amos Garcia and Arielle Burstein
Population aging is a hidden global force with few discernable indicators of its impending social impacts. New opportunities to work and contribute to society, new health costs and persistent ageist attitudes are just a few of the implications. In this report, we examine three case studies that highlight how forward-looking institutions are responding to the new normal.
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