Global trade governance
International trade and the global economy have undergone significant changes in recent years as a result of improved technology, a shift towards trade in services, and increasing integration through the dismantling of the production process across borders and expansion of global (and regional) value chains. tralac’s work in this area examines the implications of the rapidly changing 21st century economic landscape for global and regional trade governance, and how trade policy can be used to promote the effective integration and upgrading of developing countries in today’s global economy.
What drives the ANC’s pro-Russia policy and where will it lead?
Gerhard Erasmus - 09 Mar 2023
ILO publication: Trade and decent work: Indicator guide (2021)
Audrey Bessette - 11 Jul 2022
The United States anti-dumping investigation against lemon juice from South Africa: what happened, and where to now?
Eckart Naumann - 27 Jun 2022
The Russia-Ukraine war has triggered the use of export restrictions on essential food supplies by some WTO members prompting food insecurity and rising food prices
Noncedo Vutula and Thembekile Mlangeni - 13 Jun 2022
Trade Data Analysis