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Credit Suisse 23rd Asian Investment Conference (AIC 2020)
Credit Suisse Asian Investment Conference
Former defense minister Tomomi Inada says she will be running for the top post of Japan's ruling Liberal Democratic Party in Investors trying to sniff out signs of the next recession should pay attention to an increase in broader unemployment, says Credit Suisse. Malcolm Turnbull explained the company that provides and maintains 5G infrastructure has the capability to act adversely to a country's national interest, but he added he's not suggesting China's Huawei would actually do that. There are more and more "angry societies" as countries increasingly look inward. Therefore investors need to consider such major trends when making long term decisions, said Michael Strobaek, global chief investment officer at Credit Suisse. Malcolm Turnbull, a former prime minister of Australia, explains why the country decided not to include Huawei equipment in the roll out of 5G networks. He says they chose to hedge against "future risks," because capability takes a long time to be put in place, but intent can change "in a heartbeat.
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