The High-Level Dialogue on ASEAN Italy Economic Relations is the reference event in the ASEAN Region for strengthening economic and strategic ties between ASEAN countries and Italy.
The first five editions – Jakarta (2017), Singapore (2018), Hanoi (2019) and the 2020-2021 digital editions – gathered more than 2,000 Chairmen and CEOs of companies, Ministers and Institutional leaders from ASEAN Countries and Italy.
In 2022, the High-Level Dialogue on ASEAN Italy Economic Relations took place in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, with a hybrid physical-digital event, where the most cutting-edge topics were addressed:
- Macroeconomic outlook of ASEAN in the post-pandemic scenario
- Green technologies for a sustainable future
- e-Economy, smart technologies and 4.0 value chains
- Aerospace and Security for resilience
- Investments opportunities and cooperation tools between Italy and ASEAN countries
Participation at the High Level Dialogue in Kuala Lumpur was invitation only and was exclusively reserved to Chairmen and CEOs of companies and Institution Leaders.
Mohamed Azmin Ali (Senior Minister of International Trade and Industry, Malaysia), Sok Chenda Sophea (Minister attached to the Prime Minister and Secretary-General of the Council for the Development of Cambodia), Benedetto Della Vedova (Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Italy), Romano Prodi (President, Associazione Italia-ASEAN; former Italian Prime Minister; former President, European Commission), Ramesh Subramaniam (Director General for South East Asia, Asian Development Bank), Michael O.K. Yeoh (President, KSI Strategic Institute for Asia Pacific), Aladdin D Rillo (Senior Economic Advisor, ERIA; former Deputy Secretary General, ASEAN), Arham Abdul Rahman (CEO, Malaysian Investment Development Authority MIDA), Carlo Ferro (President, Italian Trade Agency), Valerio De Molli (Managing Partner & CEO, The European House - Ambrosetti). Lim Jock Hoi (Secretary-General, ASEAN) is invited among other leading personalities from Italy and ASEAN countries.
For information and registration:
High Level Dialogue Secretariat
+39 02 46753.638/261