Podcast | US elections: What will a Trump / Biden presidency mean for Asia businesses? (part 1)

Podcast | US elections: What will a Trump / Biden presidency mean for Asia businesses? (part 1)

Podcast | US elections: What will a Trump / Biden presidency mean for Asia businesses? (part 1)

Based in Hong Kong, Jason is a senior editor of thought leadership research for Asia. He covers the region from Australia to India but has a background of business in China and Hong Kong.

A Boston native, Jason has worked and travelled in Asia since the 1990s, settling permanently in Hong Kong since 2009. Before joining the Economist Group he was managing editor for Campaign Asia, covering all aspects of the marketing industry—from the implementation of technology to ad creative, to consumer research.

Prior to that, Jason’s professional focus was in finance and technology, working in both investment and engineering firms. He also spent a decade of his career heading a manufacturing and import company, bringing goods from China’s factories to the US retail market. Some of his most formative work has been as a freelance writer and stay-at-home dad.

Jason received a BA in English from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst with study at the University of Sheffield in Yorkshire, UK.

US elections: What will a Trump / Biden presidency mean for Asia businesses? (part 1)

In this episode, The EIU’s senior editor Jason Wincuinas speaks to Zhang Lipei, Director of the Beijing Office at the US-China Business Council, and Nick Marro, Lead Analyst for Global Trade, China and Macau, and supporting analyst for Taiwan at The EIU about the two possible outcomes of the US elections, what they might mean for businesses in Asia and how they might impact US-China relations.

Asia’s inward turn, looking at regional trade policy amid US-China strains and Covid-19 disruptions: https://www.eiu.com/n/campaigns/turning-inwards

Podcast | Intertwined relations: China, the US, and the global trade of AI

In this episode, senior editor Jason Wincuinas speaks to Jeffrey Ding, a Rhodes Scholar at the University of Oxford and the China lead at “The Centre for the Governance of AI”, which is part of the Future of Humanity Institute, and founder of “ChinAI” (chinai.substack.com), a newsletter that shares translations of Chinese AI research papers.

China is developing an all-digital currency. Could it completely replace the paper RMB? Could it compete with the dollar for global interoperability and dominance? The EIU speaks with Andrew Work, co-founder of The Lion Rock Institute, about his recent report on a digital Yuan and how a Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) even works—including features, bugs, and implications for global businesses.

This episode is hosted by Jason Wincuinas, senior editor, Asia, at The Economist Intelligence Unit.

In this episode, The EIU’s managing editor for healthcare in Asia, Jesse Quigley Jones, spoke with several experts in the field of vaccines, including Sarah Gilbert, professor of vaccinology at the University of Oxford, Melanie Saville, director of vaccine research and development at the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations (CEPI), and Jerome Kim, director-general at the International Vaccine Institute, in a webinar organised by Economist Events.

Click to watch the full webinar by Economist Events

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