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A new grand bargain for sustainability without protectionism

2 October 2020

Geneva Trade Week

TKE experts from Frontier Economics and the UK Trade Policy Observatory hosted an online panel discussion on trade policy and climate change: A New Grand Bargain for Sustainability without Protectionism. The intersections between trade and climate policies are numerous, and are the subject of intense debate. There have been some longstanding concerns that cross-country differences […]

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PAST: Webinar: Turning a new leaf – UK trade policy after Brexit

20 July 2018

London, UK

    International trade in goods, Trade services, Professional services brexit, brexit professional services, brexit network, trade expertise, trade expertise network, Trade knowledge, trade knowedge exchange, trade compliance, trade tools, barriers to international trade, effects of tariffs, brexit trade, brexit trade deals, post brexit trade deals, post-brexit trade deals, brexit trade, brexit trade deals, trade after brexit, brexit trade agreements, brexit analysis, trade analysis,

    After the publication of the long-awaited White Paper and Parliament debating the Customs and Trade BIll, Prof. L. Alan Winters and Amar Breckenridge hosted a webinar to discuss what this means for UK trade policy. The session focused on the economic issues raised by the government’s current position and was chaired by Gus O’Donnell.

    A recording of the session is available here.

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