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ECIPE Seminar: Global Trade in the Age of Trump

January 24 2017
Venue: ECIPE Office, Avenue des Arts 40, 1000 Brussles
Speakers: Peter Draper, Roderick Abbott
Time: 10:00

Where’s global trade – and global trade policy – heading?

Economic factors have pressured down the growth of trade in the world and political events now add huge uncertainties about what the framework for trade will be in the future. Brexit, if badly handled, can lead to serious trade disruptions in Europe and the new US president seems set to rewrite the basic pillars of US trade policy.

 

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Programme

Fresh from this year’s Davos meeting, Peter Draper will kick off a discussion about the direction of global trade policy. Comments provided by Roderick Abbott, Senior Advisor at ECIPE.

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