Zhang Jun

Zhang Jun is China’s assistant minister of foreign affairs, and formerly the director general of the Department of International Economic Affairs at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Zhang Jun
Zhang Jun is China’s assistant minister of foreign affairs, and formerly the director general of the Department of International Economic Affairs at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

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Opinion | Apec must hold firmly on to its role as champion of economic globalisation

With the multilateral trading system now under threat amid the rise of protectionism, Apec must rise to the challenge to forge even closer cooperation. In this, it will have China’s full support.

16 Nov 2018 - 6:01PM

With the multilateral trading system now under threat amid the rise of protectionism, Apec must rise to the challenge to forge even closer cooperation. In this, it will have China’s full support.

Apec must hold firmly on to its role as champion of economic globalisation
Apec must lead the march for inclusive and sustainable growth

While Asia and the Pacific on the whole has benefited greatly from globalisation, the gains have not spread to all. As a model of effective cooperation, Apec is best placed to address this lopsided development.

20 Jul 2018 - 2:55PM

While Asia and the Pacific on the whole has benefited greatly from globalisation, the gains have not spread to all. As a model of effective cooperation, Apec is best placed to address this lopsided development.

Apec must lead the march for inclusive and sustainable growth
Apec must stand firm against the tide of antiglobalisation
Asia-Pacific free trade area: The road to better economic integration in the region
Apec can forge role at heart of region's economic integration

Travellers in Bali are often asked two questions: where did you come from; and, where are you going? This week, after almost two decades, the Apec economic leaders' meeting will return to Indonesia, the birthplace of the so-called Bogor Goals of free and open trade and investment in the region, set in 1994.

20 Jul 2018 - 2:51PM

Travellers in Bali are often asked two questions: where did you come from; and, where are you going? This week, after almost two decades, the Apec economic leaders' meeting will return to Indonesia, the birthplace of the so-called Bogor Goals of free and open trade and investment in the region, set in 1994.

Apec can forge role at heart of region's economic integration