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A New Trade Policy for the EU

January 14 2010
Venue: Hotel Crown Plaza, Rue de la Loi 107, Brussels
Speakers: Erik Belfrage
Time: 10:00

With a new Parliament, new Commission, and a new governing Treaty, the EU could hardly ask for a more interesting start of the New Year. This will also be a time to evaluate what worked and what didn’t during the last five years and to set out the core strategies for the next five years.

Last autumn a group of senior executives and long-time observers of European and global trade policy formed an EU Trade Policy Study Group that has been housed at ECIPE. This group will now release its report on a new trade policy for the EU. The report gives a stock take of all dimensions of EU and global trade policy. Assessing de facto developments in the world economy in past decades, the report sets out a strategy for multilateral, bilateral and autonomous trade policy. 

You are cordially invited to the release seminar with the Trade Policy Study Group. The report will be presented by the Chair of the Group, Mr. Erik Belfrage, and Members of the Group will discuss key aspects of the report in a panel discussion. 

RSVP to info@ecipe.org by January 13

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