Jean-Pierre Lehmann says if global trade is not to fall into disarray, the TPP, which has been problematic from the start, must be replaced by a wide-ranging new agreement

With the Trans-Pacific Partnership all but dead, what next now for world trade?

Jean-Pierre Lehmann says if global trade is not to fall into disarray, the TPP, which has been problematic from the start, must be replaced by a wide-ranging new agreement

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Jean-Pierre Lehmann says if global trade is not to fall into disarray, the TPP, which has been problematic from the start, must be replaced by a wide-ranging new agreement
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Jean-Pierre Lehmann

Jean-Pierre Lehmann

Jean-Pierre Lehmann is emeritus professor at IMD, Lausanne, Switzerland, where he was appointed to the chair of international political economy in 1997. He has worked intensively and extensively across Asia for 50 years. He is founder of the Evian Group, an international coalition of corporate, government and opinion leaders united by a common vision of enhancing global prosperity for the benefit of all. He is currently visiting professor in the Faculty of Business and Economics at the University of Hong Kong and at NIIT University in Neemrana, Rajasthan, India.