AIG Global Trade Series 2020

The Global Trade series is a collaboration between AIG and a number of international organisations with leading expertise in the field: Georgetown Law, Institute of International Economic Law; Chatham House; the Clingendael Institute; the International Chamber of Commerce; the Delors Institute; the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore; and the Bertelsmann Stiftung (Knowledge Partner) In 2021, the AIG Global Trade series plans to continue these important conversations by focusing on a wide range of the most important trade-related issues.

How will globalization change? 

Navigating the deglobalized “new normal” post COVID-19

As economies revive, is a surge in protectionism inevitable?

The impact of protectionism on the global trade landscape

Digital Trade: one of the winners?

What can we expect for the digital economy after COVID-19?

What is the outlook for regional trade integration in Africa?

The African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) agreement is a major step for Africa’s role in international trade

The US, China and the EU: the great decoupling?

What must be done to stop trade becoming a weapon in a 3-way geopolitical stand-off?

‘The Slow Death of Multilateralism’ 

Can the G20 and WTO do anything about it?

Europe’s Evolving Trade Agenda

How is the COVID-19 pandemic impacting the EU trade agenda?

Prospects for a UK-US Trade Deal

How realistic are the UK’s hopes to successfully negotiate simultaneous trade deals with its two largest trading partners—the United States and the EU?


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