Expanding the Reach of Chinese Innovations in the RCEP Region

Dr. Edward Tse, Founder & CEO, Gao Feng Advisory Company; Professor of Managerial Practice of Strategy, CKGSB With the implementation of RCEP, more companies in the region will view Chinese innovations as a source of inspiration and knowledge and shall use them not only for producing and selling new products and services but also for …

A Key Milestone for Economic Integration in the Most Dynamic Growth Center in the World

Tetsuya Watanabe, Vice President, Research Institute of Economy, Trade and Industry (RIETI); Visiting Professor, GraduateSchool of Public Policy, University of Tokyo Tetsuya Watanabe is Vice President at the Research Institute of Economy, Trade and Industry (RIETI) and Visiting Professor at Graduate School of Public Policy, the University of Tokyo. In his capacity at RIETI, he …

What Does RCEP Mean for Indonesia?

Gita Wirjawan, Former Trade Minister, Indonesia Gita Irawan Wirjawan is an Indonesian entrepreneur, investment banker and philanthropist. Previously he served as Minister of Trade of the Republic of Indonesia during President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono’s Kabinet Indonesia Bersatu II. He is the founder of Ancora Group and Ancora Foundation. As Indonesia will likely ratify its membership …

Can RCEP Facilitate an Integrated Digital Economy?

Zhang Kaifu, Head of Taobao Operations, Alibaba Group, Former CKGSB Professor Kaifu Zhang is a former professor at CKGSB. Currently, he is the vice president of global commerce at Alibaba Group. His research interests include the business and policy aspects of the digital economy. He holds a PhD in management from INSEAD and has previously …

China’s Leading Role in Building RCEP’s Cross-Border Digital Payment System

Li Haitao, Dean’s Distinguished Chair Professor of Finance, Associate Dean for Business Scholars Program, Associate Dean for Alumni Affairs and the Development Foundation, Director of the Family Business Research Center, CKGSB   China will play a vital role in encouraging more RCEP members to engage in building a better cross-border digital payment system. The Regional …

RCEP is a Gargantuan Trade Deal but Will Economies be Able to Make the Most of It?

  Jong Woo Kang, Principal Economist, Economic Research and Regional Cooperation Department, Asian Development Bank (ADB) Jong Woo Kang is a seasoned economist with extensive knowledge and experience on policy and strategic issues. He leads the publication of Asian Economic Integration Report. Jong Woo’s areas of research interest include regional integration, inclusive growth, macroeconomic and …

The Strategic Considerations of China Joining RCEP

Liang Wentao, Former Deputy Director General of the Department of Asia Affairs, Ministry of Commerce, PRC; Alumnus of the Executive MBA Program and ASEAN New Economy Leadership Program, Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business Liang Wentao is the former Deputy Director General of the Department of Asia Affairs at China’s Ministry of Commerce. He is …

RCEP: A Milestone in Multilateral Global Relations

Xiang Bing, Founding Dean and Professor of China Business and Globalization, CKGSB RCEP represents Asia’s response to an increasingly fractured world. Asia’s proactive role in supporting globalization will also help increase its influence on the world stage. The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) was ratified on 1st January 2022. It has become the world’s largest …

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