Happy Monday morning everyone. Your week preview of key trade meetings in Europe by Rob Francis and Iana Dreyer. Before you start the week, and in case you had already run away for the week-end last Friday afternoon, you will need to catch up with Iana Dreyer’s interview of Sabine …
‘Week Ahead’ and trade agenda
The trade policy items to watch out for this week. By Chris Horseman, Rob Francis and Iana Dreyer.
An intense week ahead in trade policy in Europe: A G20 trade ministers meeting in Sorrento, a perilous moment in the Northern Ireland saga, and a meeting of the European Parliament’s international trade committee.
This might be a decisive week for many trade files. By Chris Horseman, Rob Francis and Iana Dreyer. OECD ministerial meeting in Paris The annual meeting to be held in Paris on 5 and 6 October might turn out to be an opportunity for USTR Katherine Tai, who is flying …
Happy Monday morning in a rainy autumnal Europe. A preview of the week in trade in Brussels and Geneva by Rob Francis and Iana Dreyer.
Happy Monday everyone! A preview of the week in trade in Europe by Iana Dreyer, Rob Francis and Chris Horseman.
This is the week when activity at the World Trade Organization will pick up, going crescendo until the coming 12th Ministerial Conference. The EU is set to announce how it plans to roll out its Indo-Pacific strategy. By Chris Horseman, Rob Francis and Iana Dreyer.
The United Kingdom and New Zealand were the only parties actively involved in trade negotiations in August, yet still missed their own deadline for the announcement last week of a ‘deal’ on their free trade agreement. It is now to the Brussels and Geneva machinery to seriously get back into …
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The European Union’s trade policy agenda will be overshadowed by a hiatus in the coming months as the Franco-German duo faces domestic elections. Nonetheless, pathbreaking legislation ranging from procurement to supply chains could still make headway.