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Comment: A US-China trade deal needs some balance and cooperation with US allies
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Comment: A US-China trade deal needs some balance and cooperation with US allies

The United States have tried to address long-standing trade concerns with China by using tariffs as a means to put pressure on Beijing. But tariffs won’t likely extract the concessions that Washington is hoping for. A different negotiating tactic involving a balanced agreement with China and cooperation with allies may …

Europe-Asia Interlink launch event
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Europe-Asia Interlink launch event

‘Europe-China Trade and Investment: Converting Challenges into Cooperation?’   Borderlex is media partner of the following event   The Europe-Asia Interlink—a new initiative based in Brussels—is dedicated to open, informed debates, and independent, balanced research on EU economic and political relations with Asian partners such as China, Japan, Korea, India, …

Southworth: Bring overseas countries into the British post-Brexit trade conversation
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Southworth: Bring overseas countries into the British post-Brexit trade conversation

Chris Southworth, secretary general of the International Chamber of Commerce United Kingdom, shares his views with Borderlex’s Iana Dreyer on Britain’s prospects as a trading nation after Brexit. On the menu: the UK in the World Trade Organization in the Trump era, rolling over 40 existing EU trade agreements with …

Commentary: AfCFTA has great potential, but road ahead may be long and bumpy
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Commentary: AfCFTA has great potential, but road ahead may be long and bumpy

The African Continental Free Trade Area promises to be a boon for African nations and their trade partners, but the road to the successful implementation of the AfCFTA remains long, argue Kholofelo Kugler and Hanna Deringer. Schedules of commitments on tariff reductions and services remain unfinished, they say, and accommodating …

Comment: For Sweden, EEA is least risky post-Brexit option
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Comment: For Sweden, EEA is least risky post-Brexit option

Britain’s exit from the European Union will have a negative effect on EU member states’ opportunities to trade with the UK. This is why damage control will be of paramount importance, say Anna Stellinger and Oscar Wåglund Söderström of Sweden’s National Board of Trade. From a Swedish perspective, the best solution would …