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Japanese media inventory: What major events will Asia usher in in 2021?

by YCPress

he end of the year is approaching. Facing the upcoming 2021, Japan Economic News took stock of the upcoming major events in Asian countries on the 27th.

January: U.S. President-elect Biden will be sworn in and address in Washington on January 20, opening a four-year term; the 13th National Congress of the Communist Party of Vietnam will be held in late January, when Vietnam will announce a new leadership and the next five-year economic goals; international consumer electricity The Sub-Products Show (CES) was held online for the first time due to the pandemic.

February: China will usher in the Spring Festival, and the World Mobile Communication Conference will be held in Shanghai; the Mario theme park of Universal Studios in Osaka, Japan will be open to tourists.

March: China will hold two conferences, when a detailed five-year plan (2021-2025) will be released, which will be an important guide to China’s future policy direction; Japan will celebrate the 10th anniversary of the East Japan earthquake; Bangkok will hold the largest international auto show in Southeast Asia.

April: Local council elections will be held in many parts of India from April.

May: For epidemic prevention reasons, the World Economic Forum will not be held in Davos, Switzerland, but in Singapore; the Hong Kong Basel Art Exhibition will be held that month.

June: The Asia-Europe Meeting originally scheduled for November this year has been postponed to June next year in Cambodia.

July: The Communist Party of China celebrates the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Party; Japan’s 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games will be postponed to July 2021; Philippine President Duterte will deliver his sixth State of the Union address during his term.

August: Indonesian President Joko will deliver his annual speech to Parliament in August, which may talk about his ambitious relocation plan in addition to economic issues.

September: Hong Kong will hold legislative council elections; Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihiro Kan’s term as president of the Liberal Democratic Party will end at the end of the month, when he will face the election of the president of the Liberal Democratic Party.

October: The 2020 Dubai World Expo will be postponed to October 1st; Japan will hold House elections, and the Philippines will enter the election season; and the G20 summit will be held in Rome, Italy, at the end of October.

November: The United Nations Climate Change Conference will be held in Glasgow, Scotland, and the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) conference will be held under the auspices of New Zealand.

Bangkok Bangsu Terminal, Thailand, the largest transportation hub in Southeast Asia, will be opened to the public, and is expected to greatly alleviate congestion in Bangkok.

December: The millan section of the China-Lao Railway, which costs nearly $6 billion to help Laos’s economic development, will be opened in December next year.