Good afternoon, an overview of interesting trade policy developments in Brussels this week. 35% of EU exports to be covered by trade agreements in 2024 and other strategic objectives The European Commission’s trade directorate released its 2020 ‘Strategic Plan’ this week. The document spells out how the body will approach …
Key meetings and developments to watch out for in EU, UK trade and at the WTO. By Sarah Anne Aarup, Chris Horseman and Iana Dreyer.
This has been quite the packed week in EU trade. Here some more. By Sarah Anne Aarup and Iana Dreyer.
A series of papers published by the think tank Europe Jacques Delors puts forward proposals that aim to strengthen environmental protection within an open international trading system. Borderlex’s Iana Dreyer exchanged views with one of the papers’ co-authors Geneviève Pons.
Borderlex spoke to Susan Danger, CEO of the American Chamber of Commerce to the European Union, on what EU-United States trade relations might look like under president-elect Joe Biden’s future administration.
UC Berkeley economist Joseph Shapiro is of the view that trade policy is “sending the wrong price signal” by bolstering trade in dirty goods in comparison to cleaner products, especially in Europe. Speaking to Borderlex’s Sarah Anne Aarup, Shapiro said that rather than raising trade barriers on dirty goods, focusing …
Some key meetings and negotiations to watch out for this week in Brussels, London and Geneva. By Sarah Anne Aarup, Iana Dreyer and Chris Horseman.
After a week dominated by EU-US trade news, here some other developments in trade policy in Brussels. By Sarah Anne Aarup and Iana Dreyer.
By Sarah Anne Aarup, Iana Dreyer and Chris Horseman.
This week’s Week in Brussels column focuses on EU trade defence.