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Week Ahead: Singapore digital agreement, GSP trilogue, Argentina, Ukraine, WTO talks

Preview of the week by Rob Francis and Chris Horseman. Singapore digital partnership to be unveiled On Wednesday (1 February) EU commissioner for the internal market Thierry Breton and Singapore trade minister S. Iswaran will sign the Singapore Digital Partnership in Brussels. The parties had announced that the partnership had …

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Week in Brussels: Latin American FTAs, trilogue troubles, Brit subsidy and cyber worries

It’s been a dense and intense week in EU trade. Here a few snippets. By Rob Francis and Iana Dreyer. Sweden wants those FTAs – but there’s trouble ahead on the Latin American front Sweden’s trade minister Johan Forssell confirmed on Tuesday (24 January) that the Swedish presidency of the …

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Week in Brussels: Business on due diligence, EU reopens Cambodia rice case

While everyone was away in Davos this week, business tried to seize the momentum on the coming EU sustainability corporate due diligence regulation and the European Commission acted to avoid having to repay Cambodian exporters duties paid as part a safeguard that was slapped down by the ECJ. By Rob …

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Borderlex Academy: UK Trade Policy

Borderlex Academy: Trade Policy – The rules that shape the UK’s cross-border trade  Date and time: 27 March @ 14.30 – 28 March @ 17.00  Location: In-person near Holborn Station, central London and online  Request details and pricing at subscriptions@borderlex.net – Subscriber and group discounts available  Cross-border transactions never happen in a …

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LSE Event: Global Trade Policy Challenges

LSE Event: Global Trade Policy Challenges – Preparing for the next decade The world economy is going through a phase of considerable turmoil and instability. First, globalisation seems to be reversing with an acceleration of economic disintegration among major trading powers, securitisation of global trade and investment relations within geo-economic …