The United Kingdom should seek solid governance and dispute settlement provisions in its free trade agreement with the United States, writes Simon Lester.
Trade policy has rightly taken a back seat in the United Kingdom since the global battle against coronavirus took centre stage. But the challenges aren’t
The UK State Aid Law Association, Shearman and Sterling, and the UK Trade Forum are pleased to announce a new event on the EU’s anti-subsidy
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On January 23, 2020, Fiona Bruce, the host of Question Time on BBC TV, repeatedly and wrongly confused US tariffs on Scotch whisky with the
The United Kingdom and the European Union should seek to establish bilateral independent tribunal to address claims of unfair trade and avoid trade remedies souring