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Officially in force since the beginning of this year, the world’s largest trade bloc in history, the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) further builds on free trade agreements within APAC and will push economic integration and shape future trade policy. Member economies range from powerhouses such as China, Japan, and Australia to smaller markets like Brunei, Cambodia, and Laos. Joining the RCEP will help all of them reduce trade barriers and improve market access for their goods. However, who will benefit from the RCEP the most? Will there be any victims of free trade?
Join us for part one in our RCEP webinar series as we focus on Vietnam. In this webinar, we provide an overview of RCEP, its brief history, and future developments, and deep dive into what concrete benefits it will provide for Vietnam and foreign investors in the market.
Will Vietnam be overwhelmed with a free flow of goods its manufacturing sector cannot compete with? Or will see an ever-increasing influx of FDI towards the country, tapping the newly gained access, creating jobs, and boosting its economy? Watch the webinar to find out more.
- Overview of RCEP – its history and future developments
- What benefits does RCEP bring to Vietnam and its foreign investors?
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