Europe’s trade policy - Bruegel annual meetings 2019

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Europe’s trade policy agenda for the next 5 years promises to be challenging. With the US and China engaged in an escalating trade war, the US threatening to impose additional tariffs on cars and China continuing to promote national champions, global trade and the world trading system are increasingly under severe threat, with direct consequences for the EU. How should and will the EU position itself vis-à-vis the US and China, both bilaterally and multilaterally in the context of the WTO system? Chair Alicia García-Herrero / Senior Fellow, Bruegel Panel Yi Huang, Associate Professor & Pictet Chair in Finance and Development, The Graduate Institute, Geneva Kate Kalutkiewicz, Senior Trade Representative, US Mission to the EU Bernd Lange, Chair of the European Parliament’s committee on International Trade André Sapir, Senior Fellow, Bruegel Reza Moghadam, Vice Chairman for Sovereigns and the Official Institutions, Morgan Stanley

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