Hinrich Trade Negotiation Simulation

With ongoing changes to trade relations in Asia and around the world, skilled trade negotiators and representatives will play a critical role in reshaping the future of trade. Through the Hinrich Trade Negotiation Simulation, experienced trade negotiators provide university students and young professionals the opportunity to participate in a life-like negotiation for a multi-lateral free trade agreement.

By working through the dynamics of international trade negotiations, participants develop practical skills in persuasion and diplomacy. It aims to encourage an open and informative dialogue on global trade issues through a better understanding of how we can balance national interests with the needs of the international community.

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13 March 2019

Hinrich Foundation’s Hinrich Trade Negotiation Simulation was featured in the lifestyle section of South China Morning Post.

Upcoming events

The Hinrich Trade Negotiation Simulation returns to Hong Kong on from March 7-8, 2019. Students will participate as “Senior Trade Negotiators” to develop a multilateral trade agreement.

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Past event details

40 delegates, 11 universities and six country teams reached consensus at the very successful Hinrich Trade Negotiation Simulation held October 19 & 20, 2019 at the Ateneo de Manila University in Manila, Philippines. Read a recap of the event here. 

To learn more about the Hinrich Trade Negotiation Simulation, its partners, participants and impact, view our PDF.

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