Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership’s impacts on international trade is subject of debate

The event is part of the FGV Executive Education Forum. It will discuss the characteristics of trade regulation in the 15 members of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership, the partnership’s impacts on intra-Asian trade and the formation of regional value chains, and its effects on Brazil’s foreign trade with Asia
Economics
22 February 2021
Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership’s impacts on international trade is subject of debate

Fundação Getulio Vargas will hold a free webinar on the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership’s impacts on international trade. The event will be broadcast live on FGV’s YouTube channel, on Tuesday, February 23, at 6:30 pm.

The event is part of the FGV Executive Education Forum. It will discuss the characteristics of trade regulation in the 15 members of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership, the partnership’s impacts on intra-Asian trade and the formation of regional value chains, and its effects on Brazil’s foreign trade with Asia.

The main talk will be given by Paulo Ferracioli, a professor at FGV, who is a member of FIRJAN’s Foreign Relations Business Council and FIESP’s Superior Foreign Trade Council. The moderator will be Miguel Lima, the coordinator of FGV’s MBA in Management of Foreign Trade and International Business.

For more information and to sign up, click here.

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