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Anthony Tan, CEO of Grab, talks about how the ride-hailing app is making use of data to make the user experience more convenient.
Stephen Groff, VP of the Asian Development Bank, talks about how to process the protectionist policies and bilateral trade deals proposed by President Trump.
Carlos Gutierrez of the Albright Stonebridge Group says it's a positive development that President Trump has not been talking about who will pay for the border wall.