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Tengku Azmil Oct 7
There is some correlation between trust level and income. Malaysia is MYS on this chart
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Wing Hoong N. Oct 7
It is amazing for to come up with its Megatrends every year but it failed to do so on its level of inclusivity. It has become this event for only the elites, with far-reaching ideas without groundings. Please consider opening (or broadcast) to the public
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Salika Suksuwan Oct 6
Innovation is driven by a few factors, including more trust in strangers and willingness to share ideas, Dr Joseph Henrich, Professor of Human Evolutionary Biology, Harvard University
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Salika Suksuwan Oct 7
Truly inspiring journey shared by Prof Datin Paduka Dr Teo,founding CEO of . Pls keep the faith and continue your efforts in transforming cancer treatment. You have our support
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Tengku Azmil Oct 8
telling everyone his story of re discovering South East Asia after 30 years of living in the US at
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james crabtree Oct 7
Speaking on The Billionaire Raj at the megatrends forum just now. On my slides in the background you cab see an image that went round on India Twitter, jokingly suggesting that Mukesh Ambani's driver had begun building an Antilia-inspired home of his own.
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Sang Hoe Chow Oct 7
Very interesting indeed. Prof. Nathan Nunn of Harvard shared at that higher trusts, cohesion and connection in a country will result in higher income, innovation and economic growth. Real benefits of high !
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Hilmi Oct 7
Learning is never-ending. Then, now and the future... @ Mandarin Oriental, Kuala Lumpur
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Khailee Ng Oct 7
Best moment of ! Live tweet storm from AliZakri / the moment AliZakri “lost it” ... we finally have some real talk from a human being who cares! LOVE IT
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Salika Suksuwan Oct 7
Excellent points by Tengku on harnessing the positive attributes of each ethnicity in building a stronger corporate Malaysia
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Brigitte K. Mountain Oct 6
All male panel (so far it’s been only male speakers since the opening session) in
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Khazanah Megatrends Forum Oct 7
Prof Jayati Ghosh returned to the stage to discuss “I am because we are - Ensuring equal access to our collective brain” and gave the audience some interesting insights into India’s economics
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Tengku Azmil Oct 7
telling the crowd some home truths at
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Faeez Fadhlillah Oct 6
Our strategic direction will be driven by Dr M shared vision 2030. 1. Restructure Malaysian economy 2. Spur growth to address disparity 3. Malaysia developed as economic centre of Malaysia
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bahariah Oct 9
Khazanah Megatrends Forum 2019 MyPOV: Nations fail when they establish extractive economic institutions and supported by extractive political institutions. Inclusivity in all we do must be the…
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Sang Hoe Chow Oct 10
Enjoyed the 2-day earlier this week. Was encouraged by the statement from Ronnie del Carmen of Pixar - “would be great if we can see ourselves in each other in ASEAN”. It is true that we have much more in common than we know or see.
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ManelWatchAu Oct 6
will not get much better with only 10 women to 44 male speakers listed. There is no excuse for this in 2019 . Women make up half the population and women experts also exist.
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Brigitte K. Mountain Oct 7
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Wing Hoong N. Oct 7
Replying to @MYKMF2019
Knowledge is power, by denying access to knowledge is nothing less than the ritual of book burning and Internet censorship.
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Khazanah Megatrends Forum Sep 30
The quest for is alive and well. One such person who is working on ways to make people live longer is Laura Deming, founder and partner of the Longevity Fund. To find out more, look out for Laura’s session on day 1 of
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