As the United Kingdom works out its regulatory regime ahead of trade negotiations with both the European Union and the United States, Guy de Jonquières
Category: Future UK Trade Policy
What can the Commonwealth deliver on trade?
In June, senior officials will meet to operationalise the grouping’s Commonwealth Connectivity Agenda adopted on during a Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in London last
Is TTIP regulatory cooperation a model for future UK-EU relations?
The EU and UK are exploring how to best structure their future trading relationship, especially in the area of regulatory cooperation and ‘mutual recognition’. There
Foreign investment screening: the new kid on the block in Europe
The European Union is preparing legislation that will increase scrutiny of foreign company takeovers. The move comes in response to a surge in investments from
House of Commons Report on Trade Remedies – Why it Deserves Serious Consideration
The House of Commons International Trade Select Committee has today published its report on the provisions in the Trade Bill and the Customs (Cross Border
Event 8 May 2018 – Does Britain need an inclusive trade policy?
As the UK rolls out its independent trade policy following departure from the EU, its successive governments will need to ensure its benefits are widely