Marcus Bartley Johns
Senior Trade Specialist
As a Senior Trade Specialist in the World Bank Group Singapore hub, Marcus works on trade programs in East Asia and the Pacific and South Asia, as well as on the Bank Group’s public and private partnerships in the region. He was previously the focal point for the Bank Group's engagement in the WTO and other Geneva trade and economic institutions. Before joining the Bank Group, he worked as a WTO negotiator and on trade capacity-building programs for the Australian government, and spent three years working on regional economic integration programs in South East Asia, based in Bangkok. He has also worked on foreign policy, trade and development issues for a Member of Australia's national parliament.
- Beyond infrastructure: trade facilitation priorities for the Belt and Road Initiative
- Bringing Sri Lanka's traders one step closer to the global market
- Trade facilitation reform in Sri Lanka can drive a change in culture
- Lowering Trade Costs through Transparency: the Importance of Trade Information Portals
- Making the Most of Global Value Chains – Lessons and Challenges from Asia
- Where to next on e-trade at the WTO?
- E-Trade: National and International Policy Implications
- A policy framework for two types of e-trade
- Putting trade and investment at the center of the G20
- In the lead up to Nairobi, is there hope for global trade governance?
- Waiting on a waiver - what the WTO's new services initiative could mean for LDCs
- WTO Trade Facilitation Agreement: It’s Been Worth the Wait
- G20 Has a Chance to Boost Growth and the Post-Bali Trade Agenda