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World Bank PSLO Program:  Asian Development & Opportunities in Emerging Markets



PSLO Contact:  

Reservations Required:


July 24, 2012

9:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.

True Partners Consulting, LLC
225 West Wacker Drive, Suite 1600
Chicago, IL 60606

​Rebecca Riebe
(630) 333-0964
[email protected]


The World Bank PSLO, Global Midwest Alliance and True Partners Consulting, LLC welcome you for an interactive discussion on the PSLO's program to visit Vietnam, Indonesia and Japan in October 2012.   True Partners Consulting, LLC will provide insight from a financial and consultative perspective on doing business in the region.  Representatives from government and the private sector will speak regarding the economic climate and experiences of doing global business in Asia in 2012 and beyond. 


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The PSLO network is a group of 100 business intermediary organizations in 86 countries around the world working to foster trade and investment between countries with the support of the World Bank Group’s products and services. PSLOs facilitate private sector access to World Bank Group business opportunities, services and knowledge, and act as the voice of the private sector in advising the World Bank Group on how to better engage companies on development issues.
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9:30 a.m. 

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10:20 a.m. 

10:40 a.m.

11:00 a.m. 

Coffee & Networking

Welcome & Introductions
Global Midwest Alliance & True Partners Consulting, LLC

An Asian Regional Perspective
John Bennecke, Managing Director
True Partners Consulting, LLC

Indonesian Economic Opportunity
Alberd Pardede, Consul for Economic Affairs
Consulate General of Republic of Indonesia

Doing Business in Asia - A Private Sector Perspective 
James L. Waite, President

Asian Development - Project Funding, Opportunities and Private Sector Program Review
Rebecca Riebe, Director, Global Business Initiatives, Global Midwest Alliance, and 
Private Sector Liaison Officer to The World Bank Group

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