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Week ahead in EU trade: Summitry, Asia, Brexit
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MEPs wrangle over Japan EPA labour and environmental provisions
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Event: Protectionism, power dynamics and changing priorities

Event: Protectionism, power dynamics and changing priorities

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Beyond Brussels: So how much of TPP is in the USMCA?

Beyond Brussels: So how much of TPP is in the USMCA?

President Donald Trump said he pulled the US out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership because it was a “horrible deal” that stole American jobs while benefiting big corporations. But Washington’s new agreement with Mexico and Canada, the USMCA, has incorporated many elements from TPP writes Jennifer Freedman. 

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USMCA challenges EU’s advance on GI protection – but too late for Mexico?

USMCA challenges EU’s advance on GI protection – but too late for Mexico?

The recently concluded US-Mexico-Canada trade agreement includes a clear challenge to the EU’s strategy of ‘globalising’ its protection of Geographical Indications by including their provisions within international free trade agreements, writes Chris Horseman. 

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UK’s ‘no deal’ planning note on FTA rollovers stresses hope over substance
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US WTO ambassador rejects EU ideas on Appellate Body reform
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A Week in Brussels: INTA, South Africa, Samoa and more
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