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Ingrid Ge

Market Access Advisor

Ingrid is the Market Access Advisor at the EU SME Centre and Economist at the China-Britain Business Council (CBBC), helping European SMEs understand the market access procedures in China. 

She has led on several cross-sector research projects including UK’s participation in the Belt & Road Initiative, and reports about China’s Pilot Free Trade Zones. She is also responsible for new policy interpretations including insights into the Foreign Investment Law, cross-border E-commerce, China’s 19th CPC National Congress and China’s switch from BT (Business Tax) to VAT etc.

She has about 15 years’ consulting experience in international trade and rules, China’s import and export policies and WTO compliance. Before joining the Centre and CBBC, Ingrid worked in PwC, helping multinational companies do business planning and solving their import problems. Prior to that, Ingrid acted as a senior consultant in Shanghai WTO Affairs Consultation Centre, providing policy recommendations to the Shanghai government and MOFCOM. Areas covered included terms of WTO compliance, participating in project research on international trade barriers, WTO dispute resolution and FTA feasibility studies for MOFCOM (e.g. China-Korea FTA and China-Swiss FTA).

Ingrid received Master degrees in International Economy from CASS (Chinese Academy of Social Sciences) and the University of British Columbia (in Canada).