Singapore Exports Outlook: Where to grow in 2018 & 2019?

Unexpected events including the intense trade relations between the US and China greatly affects the economic outlook and the business environment companies operate in. How do companies make sense of the ever-changing economic situation and reposition their business in this difficult time? 

During this seminar on 5 July 2018, Mahamoud Islam, Senior Economist for Euler Hermes Asia Pacific will share his insights on the economic outlook for Singapore's exports with potential growth avenues.

Attendees can look forward to the following topics:
• How will the US and China relations affect the global economy?
• What to make of the new US tariffs?
• Which are the growth sectors in Asia?
• What are the opportunities and challenges which Asian markets might face?



Date  :  Thursday, 5 July 2018
Time  :  3.30pm - 5.30pm
     *Registration commences from 3.30pm;
     the seminar will start at 3.50pm.
Venue  :  SICC Members' Room
     6 Raffles Quay #10-01
     Singapore 048580
     *Nearest MRT Station: Raffles Place
Registration Fee  :  $22 (Members)
     $42 (Non Members)
Registration Closes  :   Tuesday, 3 July 2018

To register, please email your full name, designation, company and contact details to An invoice will then be sent to you by email for settlement. Registration will only be confirmed upon receipt of payment and no refunds will be allowed.

Please note that registration is on a first come first served basis and will close when all seats are filled.

For enquiries, please contact Wen Qing at 6500 0966 or email


  Mahamoud Islam
Senior Economist for Asia, Euler Hermes

Mahamoud joined Euler Hermes in 2010 as an economist for OECD countries, including Europe. Before that, Mahamoud worked for the banking sector in Paris. Mahamoud is now the regional economist for Asia Pacific and is in charge of macroeconomic and country risk analysis. Mahamoud has a keen interest in quantitative analysis, public policy and international trade.

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