Chatham House Series:
Japan-UK Cooperation in International Economy and Trade
Join our panel of experts for this online event in partnership with Chatham House which considers how strategic cooperative relationships between Japan and the UK can be further developed in the fields of international economy and trade.
As global cooperation on international economy and trade has grown, the evolution of the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP), chaired by Japan in 2021, has been widely discussed. More recently, these discussions have also included the ongoing negotiation regarding the UK’s accession to the CPTPP. Given this situation, further cooperation between the UK and Japan in economy and trade is expected, not only in the Indo-Pacific region, but also on the wider international stage.
About the speakers
Professor in Economics and International Business, Edge Hill University.
Senior Research Fellow in International Trade, Department of Economics, UK Trade Policy Observatory, University of Sussex.
Senior Research Fellow, US and the Americas Programme; Project Director, Global Trade Policy Forum, Chatham House.
This event is introduced by Japan House London Director General, Michael Houlihan.
This webinar is part of a series of four events held in partnership with Chatham House.