With Korea, Japan, and China in aggregate accounting for more than 70% of global output, the world has a big stake in the success of these economies. But each of Asia’s ‘Big Three’ is resource poor, and Russia has a significant opportunity to expand its economic partnerships in the region. What strategies should Russia pursue as it looks to build a bigger economic footprint in Northeast Asia? How might economic ties develop over the next five years?
Yermolai Solzhenitsyn , Senior Partner, McKinsey & Company
Ruslan Alikhanov , President and Chief Executive Officer, FESCO
Fyodor Andreev , President, ALROSA
Manabu Kato , Chief Representative in Moscow Office, Japan Bank for International Cooperation
Alexey Likhachev , Chief Executive Officer, ROSATOM State Atomic Energy Corporation
Munkhbat Nanjid , Chief Executive Officer, Development Bank of Mongolia
Maxim Sokov , Chief Executive Officer, En+ Group