AIG Global Trade Series 2020

La série Global Trade est le fruit d’une collaboration entre AIG et différentes organisations internationales , qui possèdent une expertise de premier plan en la matière : Georgetown Law, Institute of International Economic Law ; Chatham House ; l’Institut Clingendael ; la Chambre de commerce internationale ; l’Institut Delors ; la Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, Université nationale de Singapour ; et la Bertelsmann Stiftung (Knowledge Partner). En 2021, la série AIG Global Trade prévoit de poursuivre ces conversations importantes en se concentrant sur un large éventail des questions les plus importantes liées au commerce.

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?