The Future of Trade Policy in the Asia Pacific: The World After TPP

On 21 February 2017 the Institute for International Trade and the Centre for International Economic Studies jointly hosted a public presentation and panel discussion on the Trans-Pacific Partnership. Attended by 50 guests from the academic, government and business sectors, this highly topical session was led by Professor Christopher Findlay and featured presentations and discussions with internationally recognised experts Professor Kimura and Professor Urata.

For further detail on this lively discussion which explored the origins of the TPP, its impact in the Asia Pacific region, and rising anti-globalisation and trade sentiments and their long-term implications for trade and development in the region please download the presentations HERE.






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