While things remain quiet at the WTO in Geneva, the trade policy churn is on in Brussels and London. A preview of selected meetings brought to you by Rob Francis, Chris Horseman and Iana Dreyer. *With one correction: The International Trade Committee leadership does not appear set for renewal at …
‘Week Ahead’ and trade agenda
Welcome back to our Week Ahead column as we brace for an intense year 2022 in trade in Europe. Brought to you by Chris Horseman, Robert Francis and Iana Dreyer.
Another year dawns, and still the World Trade Organization refuses to die. A preview of what’s in store in Geneva by Chris Horseman and Rob Francis.
The year ahead as seen by Rob Francis and Iana Dreyer.
Welcome to the last working week of the year 2021. Moment of truth on the Appellate Body for the Biden administration Today (Monday 20 December) the Dispute Settlement Body in the World Trade Organization will meet for the last time of the year. Two new panels are set to be …
The WTO is showing signs of life post MC12 postponement… and more trade news to expect in what will be a packed week in trade in Europe ahead of the Christmas break. By Rob Francis and Iana Dreyer.
A big pre-Christmas week in trade policy lies ahead for the EU and the UK, as activity in Geneva at the WTO slows down.
Happy Monday morning dear readers! MC12 – the work continues – but how? It’s as if there was a curse hanging over the 12th ministerial conference of the WTO, due to be held this week in Geneva, but postponed at the last minute last Friday. The conference was postponed twice …
Good morning. Be prepared for a high-intensity week in trade and investment policy across Europe. By Chris Horseman, Rob Francis and Iana Dreyer.
A packed week awaits trade professionals in Europe. By Chris Horseman, Rob Francis and Iana Dreyer.