Philippines Senator Francis G. Escudero opens first series of APBest Round-table Discussions in Quezon City on June 24, 2008, with University of the Philippines Professor of Economics Benjamin E. Diokno,, APBest Executive Vice President Atty. Angelo A. Jimenez, and APBest Treasurer Rogelio D. Garcia.
On 20th of July 2012, APBest presented “The Rise of China and the US Asia Pivot: Implications for ASEAN the Philippines, and the West Philippine Sea Dispute” at the Malcolm Theatre, UP College of Law, University of the Philippines-Diliman, Quezon City, Philippines with Prof. Huang Jing of the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore (LKYSPP-NUS) and heads the Center on Asia and Globalization. Prof. Huang Jing joins the Asia Society event.
The Asia Pacific Basin for Energy Strategies presented the “Slow-down or recession: What can be done to survive the financial crisis?”, a Round-table Discussions’ Series, # 2 held on the 15th of December 2008. Major sponsors for this timely event are the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office and the Breakfast Forum Group.
Another Discussion was held in November on “Slow down or Recession: How can we survive the financial crisis?” on November 27, 2008, Thursday, from 9:00 o’clock to 11:00 o’clock in the morning in Annabel’s, Tomas Morato Avenue, Quezon City.
APBest has ushered in its Round-table Discussions Series, the first held on October 20, 2008 on “Financial meltdown’s impact on the poor: What can be done in the Philippines?”