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Stopping CETA and TTIP will not stop globalisation
Beyond the debate raised by CETA, and now by the victory of Donald Trump, a critic of free trade agreements, Elvire Fabry, calls a better anticipation of the new changes in the globalisation process.
|   15/11/2016             |   Elvire Fabry             |   Europe in the world
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Beyond the debate raised by CETA and now by the victory of Donald Trump, a critic of free trade agreements, Elvire Fabry, Senior Researcher at the Jacques Delors Institute, calls for the analysis of new changes in the globalisation process to better understand the fears they inspire.
 
This Tribune focuses on two points:

  1. The reality of regulatory cooperation in CETA, in order to take an accurate measure of the impact of the agreement.
  2. A better anticipation of the new changes in the globalisation process, to deploy an arsenal of accompanying policies in response to these changes.