Greater Bay Area, a focal region in China-ASEAN cooperation: Lim Hong Kian
Surbana Jurong, an urban, infrastructure and managed services consulting firm owned by Singapore’s Temasek, has formulated plans in the Greater Bay Area and is positive about their development under the RCEP.
First month of RCEP's taking effect! What good does it do for Guangdong enterprises?
"Our factory is now filled with booming orders from abroad for the next few months and we can enjoy more tax tariff preference for cases and bags exported to Japan since the RCEP was put into effect on January 1," said a manager from Guangzhou Zhijia Leather Co., Ltd.
Brazil can learn from China to overcome middle-income trap: Brazilian economist
“The Chinese miracle is - transform poor people into consumers, because the most important drive to the growth of a country is consumers. In 5 years, China will have doubled the number of consumers as the United States.” said economist Paulo Feldmann in an exclusive interview with GDToday.
Nansha publishes 17 policies to seize RCEP, CPTPP opportunities
"Over 2 million USD tax fees was saved for our customers in just about two weeks after the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership agreement (RCEP) was put into practice in January 1st this year. Therefore, I’m very optimistic about the coming policies in Nansha District and will accelerate investment and introduce more technology here," Liu Bin, Regional President for Asia and Pacific of Arkema, shared at a conference in Nansha District of Guangzhou on January 17.
Guangzhou issues first certificate of origin under RCEP
While people were celebrating the start of 2022, the officers of CCPIT Guangzhou were still busy at the certification center at midnight. They were working to issue the first batch of certificate of origin under the RCEP which just took effect on January 1.
RCEP takes effect! How will it benefit us?
A report indicates the RCEP member states are highly dynamic and play significant roles in the global economy as they have a population of 2.3 billion and a GDP as large as that of the United States or Europe.
RCEP to tie GBA, ASEAN closer than ever before
“The member countries of the RCEP made a commitment to cut tariffs, open markets and reduce barriers when the Covid-19 pandemic swept the world and cross-border investment declined. It’s a vital chance to enhance economic partnership between the member countries,” according to Yu Hong, Ambassador of China to Brunei.
RCEP a good opportunity for China-based foreign companies
Ueda Toshihiro, Chief Representative of AGC Group for China, looks forward to the implementation of RCEP and considers it a great opportunity for China’s economy to step forward...
RCEP to increase educational connections between GBA and ASEAN
“Through the RCEP, I think the GBA will be a better platform for international cooperation,” said Nicy Bai, Director of International Cultural Communication Center, Malaysia.
RCEP to benefit both Chinese and Japanese manufacturers
Tetsuya Matsuoka, Secretary General of Japanese Chamber of Commerce and Industry in China (JCCI), considered the RCEP very important to both Japan and China, and the JCCI highly anticipated its implementation.