On 3 February, CIBEL Co-Director Professor Deborah Healey joined a roundtable discussion which examined four aspects of the Beijing Olympics: boycotts, COVID-19 control, law reform, and the economics of the Olympics.
Involving 15 countries and covering a market of 2.2 billion people with a combined size of 30% of the world’s GDP, the largest trade deal in history Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) has signed on 15 November 2020.
CIBEL Centre’s Co-director Professor Heng Wang was invited to join ABC's Midday Report program on 13 May to talk about the risks and potential solutions for the worsen Australia-China trade relationships.
The signing of the US-China Phase One Deal on 15 January 2020 seems to be a positive sign amid the 22-month trade war. Will this deal ease the trade war and the relationships of the two biggest economies in the world?
With the trade war between the U.S and China escalated over the past few months, the positions of the two countries and their major trade partners brings to the current multilateral trading system are being discussed actively.