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Dyuti Pandya

Email: dyuti.pandya@ecipe.org

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Areas of Expertise: Digital Economy EU Trade Agreements Regions WTO and Globalisation

Dyuti Pandya

Dyuti Pandya is a Junior Analyst at ECIPE. Her work focuses on the nexus between trade, technology, and law. Her research interests include trade weaponization, international economic laws, competition policy, globalization, the digital economy, and EU-US-China relations. Prior to joining ECIPE, she interned with the Cato Institute’s Herbert A. Stiefel Center for Trade Policy Studies. Dyuti holds a master’s degree in law, with a specialization in international trade law, from Gujarat Maritime University and a dual bachelor’s degree in BLS LL.B. from the University of Mumbai.

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    Time to Rethink Export Controls for Strengthened US-EU Cooperation and Global Trade Rules

    By: Matthias Bauer Dyuti Pandya 

    The escalation of broad export controls by the US, under the guise of national security and the aim to curb technological transfers to potential adversaries, marks a new epoch of bureaucratic oversight. The US push for broad export controls also underscores a critical juncture in US-EU relations and global trade rules. Broad export restrictions not only challenge the very foundation of free trade but also contribute to the erosion of Western technology leadership....

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    ICT Beyond Borders: The Integral Role of US Tech in Europe’s Digital Economy

    By: Matthias Bauer Dyuti Pandya 

    Contrary to political assertions about the vulnerability of digital services provided by non-EU companies, the strong presence and sunk costs associated with US tech companies’ investments in data centres, skilled workforce development, and research facilities in Europe act as significant barriers to exit, highlighting the inherent symbiosis between US tech investments and Europe’s digital and non-digital sectors. These investments underscore a mutual...

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    Openness as Strength: The Win-Win in EU-US Digital Services Trade

    By: Matthias Bauer Dyuti Pandya Oscar du Roy 

    The discourse surrounding the EU’s supposed over-reliance on digital services imports from non-EU countries, particularly the US, has been a recurrent topic among some political circles. However, this viewpoint tends to oversimplify and misrepresent the nuanced and complex reality of the EU’s status within the global Information and Communication Technology (ICT) sector and digitally enabled trade. A thorough analysis of trade data and trends clearly...

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    Calling on the EU-US Trade and Technology Council: How to Deliver for the Planet and the Economy

    By: Oscar Guinea Vanika Sharma Philipp Lamprecht Dyuti Pandya Oscar du Roy 

    This Policy Brief proposes the establishment of an agreement on conformity assessment between the EU and the US that covers machinery and electrical equipment. The initiative aims to increase the number of European and US conformity assessment bodies authorized to test and certify EU and US machinery and electrical equipment for exports into each other’s markets, without recognizing the equivalency or otherwise altering the product requirements in regulation,...

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