Jim Castle with his view from Indonesia, sees the US surrendering the market to China

Jim Castle, who describes himself as ‘an accidental businessman’ established CastleAsia in 1980 which has given him a unique view of the shifting of economic power from west to east.

January 17, 2018
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Jim Castle, who describes himself as ‘an accidental businessman’ established CastleAsia in 1980 which has given him a unique view of the shifting of economic power from west to east. Through CastleAsia’s Indonesia Country Program executive roundtable, Jim meets weekly with top executives from 140 member companies.  This insight is reflected in an interview that discusses his work in Indonesia, and how he sees current politics in Washington is serving to enhance the power of the Chinese economy.

 

Jim Castle is the Chairman & CEO of CastleAsia.  Jim has also served two terms as the President of the American Chamber of Commerce in Indonesia.

 

Interview by Dick Drobnick, Director of the USC IBEAR MBA Program.

 

Dick Drobnick

Interview by Dick Drobnick, Director of the USC IBEAR MBA Program.

Jim Castle with his view from Indonesia, sees the US surrendering the market to China
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Jim Castle, Chairman & CEO CastleAsia

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