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Tag Archives: trade
Jun 8 2013
Despite their trade row, China and the EU face similar challenges to energy security and conservation.
The recent trade dispute over solar panels shows the fraught relations between China and the EU over energy. Justine Doody writes that the current quarrel could pit the two against each other in a wider struggle. For now, technical rather … Continue reading
Posted by: June 8, 2013
Jun 7 2013
Brussels blog round-up for 1 – 7 June: IMF admits mistakes in Greek bailout, Brussels vs Brussels, and a red card for EU legislation?
Chris Gilson takes a look at the week in Brussels blogging. The EU centre and the crisis One of the main stories this week is the IMF’s admission that it made mistakes in the way that it and its Troika partners … Continue reading
Posted by: June 7, 2013
May 29 2013
Since 2008, both China and the EU have each experienced their own set of economic problems. In this light, John Farnell takes an in-depth look at how greater cooperation between the two might help to resolve their respective economic difficulties. … Continue reading
Posted by: May 29, 2013
Apr 11 2013
The EU has long supported greater regional integration in Southeast Asia, but its influence is now in decline due to China’s growing economic importance. Anja Jetschke and Clara Portela argue that in order to continue in its promotion of regional … Continue reading
Posted by: April 11, 2013
Jan 9 2013
Regional fragmentation of the European Rim means that the EU must pursue policies to promote greater regional integration and cooperation.
How can the European Union encourage trade with its immediate neighbours? Peter Havlik explores the EU’s relationship with the ‘European Rim’, an area with a population nearly as great as that of the EU. He writes that in order to … Continue reading
Posted by: January 9, 2013
Jul 24 2012
Negotiating free trade agreements with Latin America and Asia is an increasingly important priority for the EU.
The EU has recently completed trade agreements with a number of different countries in Latin America, and is seeking further agreements in Asia. Maria Garcia looks at the EU’s recent history of trade negotiations, arguing that free trade agreements offer … Continue reading
Posted by: July 24, 2012