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China’s Response to TTIP Negotiations

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About this Event

13 Feb 2015 @ 12:45
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About the Speech:
Professor Wang analysed the opportunities and constraints of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), which will strengthen economic and trade ties between the U.S. and Europe. He explored the impact of TTIP on the current international system, in particular on China’s relations with the West. Based on the new developments of Sino-EU and Sino-US relations, as well as China’s new FTA strategies the Asia-Pacific region, Prof. Wang examined the Chinese efforts to address the economic and geopolitical challenges arising from the agreement.
About the Speaker:
Professor Wang Zhanpeng is Director of the Irish Studies and British Studies Centres at Beijing Foreign Studies University and is Vice Dean of the School of English and International Studies. Prof. Wang and his colleagues established the first multidisciplinary Irish studies centre in China in 2006, and launched the Irish Studies Network in China in 2014. He has authored a dozen books and over 30 journal articles including “New Developments in the Transatlantic Trade Relations and its Impacts on International Norms” and “The Limits of the European Union as a Normative Power in Global Governance - A Case Study of the EU’s Role in the IMF Representation Reforms”.

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