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.
Pascal Lamy, our President emeritus, participates in a debate about the future of Trade for the EU after the British referendum and the American elections during a conference organised by Euractiv in Brussels on the 24 January.
Enrico Letta, President of the Jacques Delors Institute, participates in the debates about the EU trade policy and its influence on globalisation organised by the Scuola di Politiche on the 18 November in Milan.
Elvire Fabry, senior researcher at the Jacques Delors Institute, debates the European trade agreements in the framework of a café-défense organised in partnership with the Faculté de Droit de Lille and the Mission LEDS in Lille on 15 November ...