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The new post covid-19 international trade order

Gérard Pogorel 1, 2
2 ECOGE - Economie Gestion
I3, une unité mixte de recherche CNRS (UMR 9217) - Institut interdisciplinaire de l’innovation
Abstract : ABOUT THE EVENT From national economies and companies slowing their activities down to the revival of some protectionist measures, the world is facing an unprecedented crisis deeply affecting the current international trade order. At a time when trade negotiations between the EU and third countries are still very high on the agenda, Europe's economic revival depends also on how we redefine our relations with partners across the globe. Faced by instability on the other side of the Atlantic and competition from China, Europe needs to be clear about defining its values and its comparative advantage. In addition to the ongoing ratification of Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with Vietnam, to the question of the future EU-UK relationship, Covid-19 has brought several new questions to the fore: How do we keep supply chains flowing for food and medicines? What role can the EU have in distributing its values and standards within the framework of difficult trade relations? How do we ensure less dependence in Europe for some essential products such as medical supplies?
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Gérard Pogorel. The new post covid-19 international trade order. A new international trade order, Jul 2020, Brussels, Belgium. ⟨hal-02911676⟩

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