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COMPOSITES FOR MAIN MARKETS IN ASIA TO BE HIGLIGHTED AT THE 10TH JEC ASIA IN SEOUL

JEC Asia, November 1-3, 2017 – Seoul, Republic of Korea  JEC Asia is on the threshold of 10 years. In November of this year, not only does it transfer the composites exhibition to Seoul for the first time, but it will also highlight the composites industry in End-Users Markets, such as the development of materials

Global Social India Foundation concludes Tomorrow’s India Global Summit in Seoul

GSIF and Seoul Metropolitan City signed an MoU to promote business relations between India and Korea   GSIF also announced opening of incubation centres in India and Internationally New Delhi, 7 October 2016: Global Social India Foundation has announced the conclusion of Tomorrow’s India Global Summit in Seoul. The four-day summit saw participation from over

Premier educational institutions from India join hands with Tomorrow’s India Global Summit in Seoul, Korea

New Delhi, 19 September 2016: Tomorrow’s India Global Summit, an initiative by the Global Social India Foundation has announced that top premier educational institutions from India are all set to be a part of the Tomorrow’s India Global Summit, a five-day event to be held in Seoul from 25-29 September. Confirmed institutes scheduled to be

Soft Power Drives City Reputation and Success in Asia Pacific

– New Weber Shandwick Report Examines Opportunity for Cities to Advance Brand Reputation Through Heightened Focus on Soft Power Attributes –   New Delhi, 17 DECEMBER 2014 – A new and far-reaching study conducted by Weber Shandwick, one of the world’s leading global public relations firms, uncovers the increasing significance of “soft power” as a

Asia business sentiment falls in Q4 – Thomson Reuters/INSEAD survey

• Sentiment index falls to 62 in Q4 from 66 in Q3 • Biggest risk is global economic uncertainty • Southeast Asia hit by political crisis, typhoon • Upbeat sentiment in China and India Reuters – 18 December 2013 By Joyce Lee Business sentiment among Asia’s top companies dropped sharply in the fourth quarter, extending