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Save the dateDecember 16, 20208:30 AM - 9:30 AM (GMT+8)
[Open to members of AmCham Malaysia, the U.S. Chamber and the AmChams of Asia Pacific]
The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) is the latest and largest of multilateral agreements to be signed.
- What does it actually mean for the supply chains that traverse through, in and around Asia?
- Does it signal the possible resurgence of a new age of cooperation and use of multilateralism?
- What opportunities will it uncover and where are the pitfalls for U.S. companies operating in the region or have links to it?
Join the discussion on Wednesday, 16 December at 8:30 AM for a closer look at what lies within the 14,000+ page document that was nine years in the making.
- Deborah Elms, Executive Director, Asian Trade Centre, Singapore
MODERATOR: John Goyer, Senior Director, Southeast Asia, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Washington DC
- Mario Palacios, Sr. Managing Director, International Trade Policy of Intel Corporation, Washington DC
- ShuiMei Lin, Vice President, Public Affairs & Sustainability , UPS Asia Pacific, Singapore
Date: Wednesday, 16 December 2020 (Tuesday,15 December 2020, USA)
Time: 0830 - 0930 Kuala Lumpur(1930-2030 EST, USA)
Web Link: Registered participants will be sent the link.
Brought to you by AmCham Malaysia, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the AmChams of Asia Pacific (AAP)
Founder & Executive Director of The Asian Trade Centre (ATC),Singapore
Vice President, Public Affairs & Sustainability at UPS Asia Pacific Region
Sr. Managing Director, Internationall Trade Policy of Intel Corporation
Senior Director, Southeast Asia of U.S. Chamber of Commerce
Chief Executive Officer at American Malaysian Chamber of Commerce (AMCHAM)