With many untapped markets still offering huge potential to European exporters, an ambitious external trade strategy is essential for growth. Whether negotiated multilaterally (through the WTO), or bilaterally (directly by the EU), trade deals can open previously difficult markets to European firms. However, the benefits that flow from such agreements can only become real provided the agreed rules are respected. In many cases, they are, but in some, the are not.
In our latest report Prof. Dr. Simon Evenett investigates how EU trade enforcement has evolved over time, assesses the current state of play, and makes clear recommendations for the future.
17:30 Welcome by Dr Ian Duncan MEP, New Direction Secretary General
17:45 Report Launch & Panel Discussion
18:45 Networking & Cocktails
Panelists will include:
Paul Skehan - Director, spiritsEUROPE
Luc Devigne - Head of Unit, Market Access, Industry, Energy and Raw Materials at European Commission
Prof. Dr. Simon Evenett
Hans-Olaf Henkel MEP
The panel will be moderated by Matthew Holehouse of the Telegraph.
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