Phnom Penh (FN), Nov. 24 – The 1st Asia-Europe Economic and Business Forum (AEEBF1) was held both physically and virtually on 24 November 2021, as a major side event of the 13th ASEM Summit (ASEM13), hosted by Cambodia in 2021.

Held under the theme “Transitioning to a New Normal: Leveraging Global Value Chains, Multilateralism and the 4IR”, the AEEBF1 took place in an unprecedented time of the COVID19 pandemic with the purposes of “Strengthening Multilateralism for Shared Growth”, which gathered all relevant institutions to discuss and seek possible ways and means to deal with the formidable challenges in the economic and social issues in Asia and Europe regions as well as the globe to together strive and achieve the inclusive growth, according to a press release on the outcomes of the forum seen by Fresh News on Wednesday.
“In order to achieve the above purposes, the AEEBF1 organized 3 presentations and 3 panel discussions, in which all distinguished panelists and participants shared their respective views, experiences, knowledge, and best practices, of all realms from both the public and private perspectives, and addressed recommendations to high-level public officials as well as to the private sectors of the ASEM countries.”

Read full outcomes below.