Young and digital: the new face of trading Africa – A panel hosted by Trade Experettes and Borderlex.eu NEW – With input fromRiwi’s Danielle Goldfarb – video above – on the digital shift in African services trade and data from Marta Bengoa. Look up Marta Bengoa’s slides here.
Author: Editor Borderlex
This week Borderlex editoral team Chris Horseman and Iana Dreyer will be pacing the corridors of the WTO Public Forum in Geneva – capturing the latest trends and moods in around the global trading system and its organisation. Don’t hesitate to get in touch with any of us if you …
Hogan obtained the backing of MEPs in his role as next trade commissioner. 28 members of the trade committee approved him. The Greens and far right ID group voted against.
By Chris Horseman and Iana Dreyer. Europe’s trade Commissioner-designate Phil Hogan is never likely to get lost in a crowd of people. At six feet six inches tall – 1.98 metres -, he towers over most of the hundreds of people with whom he has posed for official photographs over …
Borderlex is pleased to be once again media partner for Chatham House’s annual Global Trade conference on 14 October 2019 in London.
We will covered major urgent news in this period as required.
Former Appellate Body member Peter Van den Bossche in conversation with Borderlex’s Iana Dreyer on the WTO crisis, the slow death of the Appellate Body and aircraft subsidy cases.
The WTO is in crisis. Some members are trying to fix it. And the UK in all this?
After 20 years of negotiations, the stars really do seem to be aligning for the EU and Mercosur to conclude a free trade agreement in the coming days.
The United States have tried to address long-standing trade concerns with China by using tariffs as a means to put pressure on Beijing. But tariffs won’t likely extract the concessions that Washington is hoping for. A different negotiating tactic involving a balanced agreement with China and cooperation with allies may …