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  • Trade Storm: A Transatlantic conversation on trade tensions

    Earlier this week (Tuesday 13 March), Ed Reilly, Senior Advisor and former CEO of FTI Consulting’s strategic communications segment, shared his thoughts and insights about the storms that are overshadowing the transatlantic trade relationship at a discussion at FTI Consulting in Brussels. The debate was moderated by John Clancy, Senior Advisor at FTI Consulting and…

  • Brexit Bowl – Christmas Edition

    The political hangovers of 2016 are sure to last longer than this year’s Christmas party season. Reality will soon take over. Our Christmas ‘Brexit Bowl’ brings you the latest from the UK and Brussels, and also from across the Atlantic, courtesy of FTI Consulting’s geopolitical intelligence team. Washington, Brussels and London have become scenes of…

  • Brexit and Trade

    The summer break is coming to an end and it’s back to school for bureaucrats and politicians in both Brussels and Westminster alike. UK Prime Minister Theresa May has called a cabinet meeting for Wednesday on Brexit with ministers expected to bring their Brexit homework with them ready for reviewing. FTI Consulting takes this opportunity…

  • Trade for all… but are all for trade?

    With its new strategy Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmström wants to address the new challenges EU trade policy is facing. The strategy reflects changes in global trading patterns but also the growing interest and scepticism among the general public in global trade. One of the overarching objectives of the strategy is to ensure that trade benefits…

  • It’s high time to modernise digital trade rules

    The digitalization of trade is transforming what we understand as “traditional trade” today. Besides a constant flow of goods, services, capital and people, a seamless cross-border flow of data is becoming absolutely necessary for competitive production, underpinning whole value chains across all sectors of our economy. This economic transformation is as significant to our age…

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