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The Fung Global Institute is an independent think tank, based in Hong Kong, that generates and disseminates innovative business-relevant research on global issues from Asian perspectives. We convene the brightest minds from around the world and engage with business, policymakers and civil society in order to build constructive debate on long-term global challenges.

Our research on the real sector, finance, governance and sustainability, is geared towards helping our stakeholders develop the perspectives and tools they need to navigate today’s world. We aim to provide fresh Asian insights and perspectives at the intersection of business and social issues with the ultimate goal of fostering global growth and sustainability.





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