Britain And China’s Competition For Asian Trade & Investment – New Complimentary Issue Of Asia Investment Research Out Now

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The latest issue of Asia Investment Research, Britain and China’s Competition for Asian Trade and Investment, is now available for complimentary download. It has been written by and includes unique economic research data from Dezan Shira & Associates in Shanghai and Hong Kong with China Investment Research from London. Unique data was provided by Henry Tillman with assistance from Grant Williams, and strategic analysis provided by Chris Devonshire-Ellis. Both Henry Tillman and Chris Devonshire-Ellis provide advice to senior members of the British Government concerning UK-China and UK-Asian trade and investment policy.

This issue of AIR contains unique data into the trade and investment statistics and policies that the UK and China have chosen to adopt when it comes to their respective Asia policies. Featuring the latest updates and UK-China comparisons on their trade and investment strategy with all ASEAN nations, we explore the differences in thinking that drive their respective trade and investment into the region. These differences are substantial and provide many useful insights for UK investors into Asia, as well as for China and ASEAN based companies.

We also feature updates on the latest positions in the UK’s application to join the CPTPP, discuss the UK’s position as an ASEAN observer nation, and provide the latest technical trade agreements and tariff reductions that affect British trade agreements with Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam. We also discuss the most senior British Asian politicians poised to shape the UK’s future position in Asian investment and geopolitical relations as the country looks to appoint a new Prime Minister.

This report is available for complimentary download here.

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