Despite the increasing trade tensions at the global level, as well as political instability across the continent, a majority within the European Parliament supported key trade agreements with Canada, Japan and Singapore. Is the European Parliament going to become more protectionist after the elections?
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This week will mainly be about the European Union digesting Donald Trump’s decision to postpone slapping tariffs on imported autos for six months to seek a deal with Brussels and Tokyo on restricting imports. EU-US and OECD trade ministerial Trade commissioner Cecilia Malmström reacted quickly on Friday (17 May) on …
After European elections later this month, the challenge in Europe will be to keep our nations’ own Trumpian instincts at bay and position ourselves as a safe haven in a turbulent world, writes Iana Dreyer.