Thought leadership | 03 Jul 2020
The way forward for Australia-China trade relations
UNSW academics offer differing solutions in the attempt to ‘cool down’ rising trade tensions between Australia and China.
Opinion | 04 Jun 2020
China-led RCEP provides starting point for reducing tensions and building new global trade rules
World commerce badly needs a confidence boost amid increasing protectionism and deteriorating relations between trade partners. Bilateral approaches are insufficient with high trade tensions while multilateral institutions like the WTO struggle to adapt to new challenges.
Opinion | 06 Mar 2020
OPINION: How world trade will be affected by COVID-19
COVID-19 brings a pressure test for governments, businesses and the public, affecting both demand and supply in trade.
Opinion | Thought leadership | 30 Jan 2020
US-China phase one trade deal: what does it mean?
While phase one of the US-China trade deal will curb tensions, more work is needed to provide predictability and protection to the world economic order.
Achievement | 02 Aug 2019
Hong Kong and Singapore roadshow a success for CIBEL Centre
Roadshow helps to strengthen research collaboration with academic staff in five top universities.
Achievement | Opinion | 15 May 2019
How will the US-China trade war affect Australia?
The trade war will have mixed implications for Australia, says UNSW Faculty of Law Associate Professor Heng Wang.
22 Jan 2019
Associate Professor Heng Wang talks Central Bank Digital Currency
Professor Heng Wang, from the Faculty of Law discusses Central Bank Digital Currency, China business and economic law.
16 Nov 2018
UNSW Law and Herbert Smith Freehills partner on China international business and economic law research
The five-year partnership will strengthen research and joint education initiatives that contribute to economic relationships between Australia and China.