Posted by DavidDay on Sep 27, 2012 in Burma/Myanmar, China, Economic Development, Export Development, International Education, Intl Business in Asia, Japan, Korean Peninsula, Our Media, Taiwan, Technology | 0 comments
An in-depth interview with Deputy Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Asia, Craig Allen. Hosted for Hawaii statewide television by David Day, this program explores the role of the the U.S. Department of Commerce in facilitating American business in Asian markets.
The show covers the significance of exports, initiatives for tourism, special business opportunities that are coming, the significance of the U.S. Korea Free Trade Agreement (KORUS) and its impact upon the U.S. and Hawaii, in particular. Interestingly, the conversation also turns to the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) and special issues involving trade between the U.S. and China.Read More
A probing discussion on the changes and reforms Myanmar is undergoing along with the very unusual links that Hawaii has with this country. The conversation includes a look at the potential for American business in Burma/Myanmar.
This television show, aired statewide in Hawaii, is hosted by international business lawyer David Day with 2 special guests recently returning from Myanmar: Professor Miemie Byrd of the Asia Pacific Center for Security Studies (a Burmese-American with family in Myanmar today) and Karen Knudsen, the Director of External Affairs for Hawaii’s East West Center.
Ralph Cossa, the President of Pacific Forum, CSIS, engages with “Asia in Review” television host and commentator David Day in a lively discussion and analysis of the recent reforms and changes in Burma.
During the show, Mr. Cossa’s discusses his interesting personal visit with Aung San Suu Kyi.