Global trade governance

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.

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Overview of South Africa’s wine opportunities under the EU-SADC Economic Partnership Agreement
Talkmore Chidede, tralac Researcher, comments on South African wine production and trade with the European Union and the implications of Brexit
Talkmore Chidede - 26 Jul 2017
WTO NAMA negotiations: transparency versus the right to regulate
Willemien Viljoen, tralac Researcher, comments on the non-agricultural market access negotiations at the WTO and the proposal to enhance transparency of regulatory trade measures
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Talkmore Chidede - 21 Jun 2017
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Gerhard Erasmus - 8 Jun 2017
Protectionist trade policies to address the declining labour share of national income?
Willemien Viljoen, tralac Researcher, discusses the need for improved domestic policymaking rather than the use of restrictive trade policies to redress the declining labour share of income
Willemien Viljoen - 19 Apr 2017
tralac Annual Conference 2017: International Trade Governance – quo vadis?
This year’s Annual Conference will examine international trade governance matters; reflecting in particular on recent developments such as Brexit, the Trump Presidency, as well as African trade and integration
tralac staff - 5 Apr 2017

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