The Future of Asian Trade Relations

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Mega-regional deals under discussion—the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) and the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP)—would remove many cross-border impediments, enabling multinational companies to build supply chains and production networks based on efficiencies rather than arbitrary rules. This report covers what you need to know.

Overview, Table of Contents & Sample Pages below

Overview

Complex, overlapping trade rules in Asia increase firms’ costs and prevent them from using the region’s web of bilateral trade agreements.

Mega-regional deals under discussion—the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) and the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP)—would remove many such cross-border impediments, enabling multinational companies to build supply chains and production networks based on efficiencies rather than arbitrary rules.

In this report we look at a number of possible scenarios between now and 2020 depending on which deal is implemented. Taking the three most likely scenarios, we provide companies with a list of impacts on market potential and business operations, along with suggested actions to take.

What you will learn

  • What do multinational companies need to know about CPTPP and RCEP
  • Which scenarios are most likely to occur that executives should plan for
  • How can businesses capitalize on emerging opportunities resulting from these agreements

What you will receive

  • Immediate access to the 29-page PDF report
  • Exclusive email updates covering emerging markets business topics
  • Special discounts on future report purchases

Table of Contents

  • Executive Summary3
  • Why Asia is Pursuing Mega-Regional Deals4
  •   APAC Remains Wedded to Trade5
  •   Regional Trade is Essential to Factory Asia6
  •  Trade Has Liberalized, but Obstacles Remain7
  •   Profusion of Bilateral Deals Bedevils Trade8
  •   Mega-Regional Deals Remove Impediments9
  • What You Need to Know About CPTPP and RCEP10
  •   CPTPP: Overview11
  •   CPTPP: Process, Hurdles and Timeline12
  •   Scenarios Overview: CPTPP Through to 202013
  •   RCEP: Overview14
  •   RCEP: Process, Hurdles, and Timeline15
  •   Scenarios Overview: RCEP Through to 202016
  • Three Scenarios You Need to Prepare For17
  •   CPTPP and RCEP 2018-2020 Scenarios18
  •   Scenario 1: CPTPP Passes, RCEP Drags On19-21
  •   Scenario 2: CPTPP Passes, RCEP Passes22-24
  •   Scenario 3: US Rejoins TPP, RCEP Drags On25-27
  •   Appendix28
  • About Frontier Strategy Group29

Sample Pages

APAC Remains Wedded to Trade

CPTPP Overview

CTPP and RCEP Scenarios

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