The Jacques Delors Institute deciphers the functioning and priorities of the EU’s trade policy, which must allow it to retain its ranking as the leading trade power in the world and to further leverage the strategic potential of this policy in its other external action areas.
While Europeans strive to retain their trade position against the rise of China and new economic powers, the EU’s trade policy is proving to be all the more important for Member States’ competitiveness as, in the future, 90% of demand growth will come from outside the EU. In addition, the stalemate in multilateral negotiations is not curbing Europeans’ ambition to achieve more effective regulation of globalisation.
An article about the impact of Brexit on trade entitled "União Europeia. Mercado Único continua com força depois da saída do Reino Unido" on the Portugese information website The Democrat interviews Elvire Fabry, Senio Research Fellow at the ...
An article about the Brexit talks entitled "Prepare for the worst with Brexit, former WTO chief warns businesses" in the Irish newspaper Irish Independent interviews the emeritus president of the Jacques Delors Institute, Pascal Lamy.
An article about the Brexit talks entitled "Lamy has wise words for Britain on managing the Brexit process" in the British newspaper The Financial Times interviews the emeritus President of the Jacques Delors Institute, Pascal Lamy.