Global supply chains are closely interconnected and twinned with cross-border trade.
Outbreaking events like trade tension or pandemic, as well as
inevitable mega-trends such as climate change, all proved supply
chains could be exposed to disruptions. The negative results caused
by volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity thus could be
Nevertheless, from a regional perspective, APAC keeps growing its importance in the global economy in the past few decades, which is reflected in trade statistics, investment flows and hence value chain dynamic. With the recently agreed RCEP, the region could become a key to stimulate regional and even wider economic growth in a post-pandemic era.
In this webinar, we will look from an APAC commodity trade angle, particularly zoom in on RCEP members, by snap shotting some recent trade developments, for example:
• The impact on trade and transport by COVID-19 and how recovery is going for the region?
• The scope of impact from the regional trade agreement to specific industries
• What changes could have been brought by the sustainability agenda?
On the basis of historical and ongoing trade, we would also present the outlook of regional and industrial trade, supported by our GTA forecasting model which has the VUCA and opportunities factors incorporated.
Select one or more of the following webinars and complete the registration.
Wednesday, May 5
03:00 PM BST
APAC (Full English version)
Wednesday, May 12
04:00 PM SGT
APAC (Partially in Japanese)
Thursday, May 27
04:00 PM JST
Duration : 1 hour
The presentations will be delivered in English.
Register now to secure a seat for either the live or on-demand session.
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