With its dynamic Internet economy and its mobile-first consumer culture, the Asia-Pacific region is now the most dynamic digital region in the world. But countries in the Asia-Pacific take different approaches to digital regulation and the region also has a complex web of various trade agreements that differ in scope and ambition – leading to confusion about the degree of openness in digital trade policy. Recently, however, some new agreements – like the Digital Economic Partnership Agreement between Chile, New Zealand and Singapore – have set out new ambitions for improving the terms for cross-border digital flows and commerce – and they go further than other agreements in creating new opportunities for digital trade. Will these new agreements lead to more digital trade? How do they compare with previous agreements? Can they serve as a model for more international digital trade agreements? Please join us for a webinar about digital trade.