Stephen Byrne, Jonathan Rice, 19 June 2018

While the effect of Brexit on trade between the UK and the remaining EU member states has received considerable attention, to date little work has considered the issue of non-tariff barriers. This column explores how increased documentary compliance and border delays will affect EU members’ exports to the UK. Time-sensitive goods are found to be most at risk of suffering from increases in non-tariff barriers. Based on current trade composition, Latvia, Ireland, and Denmark are the trading partners that will be most affected.

Pradumna Rana, 25 June 2012

China, Japan, and South Korea are currently negotiating a free trade agreement (FTA) lending support to the possibility of an agreement for the South-East Asian region as a whole. This column calls for more of the same – and quickly.

Rolf Langhammer, 05 July 2008

Multilateral trade talks are stagnating while bilateral agreements being signed daily. This column considers why reciprocity seems to have lost its appeal.

Jim Rollo, Michael Gasiorek, Peter Holmes, 30 November 2007

EU-India trade talks began well in June 2007. India’s rapidly expanding role in the world economy as a buyer and seller make this an important free trade agreement for the EU, as recent research shows, but prospects for success are uncertain.

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