RCEP’s Key Provisions for Corporate Asia

Michel D. Yoon, Head of Global Company Research, Fortune Korea Michel is the Head of Global Company Research at Fortune Korea. Prior to that he was the Chief Producer of edaily Economic TV. He’s also worked as the Head of Research in Meritz Securities, Head of Equity Research in Daewoo Securities Global Research Team and …

How RCEP Will Shape the Recovery of Asia’s Economy and Service Industries

Saran Song, Co-Founder and CEO of Amru Rice (Cambodia) Co. Ltd, CKGSB ASEAN Global Leadership Program Alumnus Song Saran is the Co-founder and CEO of Amru Rice (Cambodia) Co. Ltd, the prime leader in the country’s organic rice export, the President of Cambodian Rice Federation, Member of Cambodia Chamber of Commerce, Member of AmCham, Board …

The Lubricant for the Giant Wheel: The Role of Business Education Institutions in RCEP

Deddi Tedjakumara, CEO of Prasetiya Mulya Executive Learning Institute Deddi Tedjakumara has been a faculty member of Prasetiya Mulya Business School (now known as Prasetiya Mulya University ) since 1997. After completing his tenure as Associate Dean, he was appointed CEO of the Prasetiya Mulya Executive Learning Institute in 2009, which focuses on executive education, …

RCEP and the Rise of the Nickel-Based Industry

Cyrillus Harinowo, Independent Commissioner of BCA Bank, CKGSB ASEAN Global Leadership Program Alumnus Dr. Harinowo served the Central Bank of Indonesia for twenty-five years, including as Director and Head of the Money Market and Monetary Management Department, where he led the implementation and management of the bank’s monetary policy. He also served the government as …

RCEP- A Chance for Indonesia to Elevate Its Exports

Liky Sutikno, Chairman of the Indonesia Chamber of Commerce in China Liky Sutikno is the Chairman of Indonesia Chamber of Commerce in China (INACHAM). He has over 20 years of experience in supply chain management, manufacturing, corporate strategy, merger & acquisition and investment. He has broad experience working in multicultural teams in the US, Europe …

Opportunities for Growth in Food Trade between Malaysia and China

Loh Wee Keng, Chairman of Malaysian Chamber of Commerce and Industry in China Mr. Loh Wee Keng currently serves as the Chairman of the Malaysia Chamber of Commerce and Industry in China. Mr. Loh spearheads Regal Plus, a nationwide food distribution company based in Beijing. He also runs a consultancy firm that provides business consultancy …

RCEP and China’s Dual Circulation Strategy

Suan Teck Kin, CFA, Head of Research, Executive Director, Global Economics and Markets Research, United Overseas Bank (UOB) Teck Kin joined UOB as an economist in 2006. In his current role as Executive Director in Global Economics and Markets Research, he is responsible for macroeconomic and foreign exchange research with a primary focus on mainland …

Enhancing Trade Exchange Between Indonesia and China

Deny Wachyudi Kurnia, Consul General of Indonesia in Shanghai Deny Wachyudi Kurnia is the Consul General of Indonesia in Shanghai. He is a career diplomat who has served at multiple Indonesian posts in Canberra and Brussels. After joining the Indonesian Mission in Geneva in 2007, he coordinated the G33 work at the expert level and …

Opportunities for Australian Agriculture in RCEP

Brett Stevens, Commissioner to Greater China, State Government of Victoria, Australia Brett Stevens represents the State Government of Victoria as Commissioner to Greater China with a remit including Hong Kong, Taiwan and Mongolia. Based in Shanghai, he leads a team focused on developing opportunities for Victoria in trade and foreign direct investment activities across the …

Building Better Trade Links Between China and The Philippines

Glenn Penaranda, Commercial Counselor at the Philippine Trade & Investment Center, Embassy of the Republic of the Philippines in China, CKGSB New Economy Leadership Program Alumnus Glenn Guieb Peñaranda is currently the Commercial Counsellor of the Philippine Trade & Investment Center (PTIC) in the Embassy of the Republic of the Philippines in Beijing, China. He …

China’s New Challenges and Opportunities Through RCEP

Tao Zhigang, Professor of Strategy and Economics and Associate Dean, CKGSB RCEP is an intermediate step to take before you finally reach CPTPP, offering a strategy of gradualism. Why Is RCEP so Important? The idea of RCEP was first conceived in 2011, followed by a very long period of difficult negotiations and finally a quick …

Thailand, ASEAN and RCEP: Opportunities for Further Integration

Dr. Piti Srisangnam, Associate Professor and Director of ASEAN Studies Center, Chulalongkorn University Dr. Piti Srisangnam holds a Ph.D. degree2 in Economics from the University of Melbourne (Australia), and an M.A. degree in International Economics and Finance from Chulalongkorn University (Thailand). He was teaching International Economics and Microeconomics for bachelor and master degree students at …

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