With goods and services interlinked in the modern economy, the EU has dismissed the Chequers proposal for a common rulebook for goods with EU. In "Goods In – Services Out: Can the UK Walk on One Leg?" Drs Borchert and Holmes explore the
Michael Gasiorek and Peter Holmes will attend the WTO Public Forum on 3rd October 2018.
If you are attending this year's event, please make sure you arrange to meet up.
It's always a pleasure catching up with friends and colleagues.
We want to hear from you and how TradeSift benefits and influences your trade policy analysis and decision making process.
As we enter our 10th year this would be a fabulous opportunity to re-connect with older and more recent colleagues and, in doing
We are delighted to announce a brand new Executive Bootcamp for trade and supply chain professionals in Vancouver in November 2018.
InterAnalysis, with the University of Sussex, has partnered with Global Trade Professional Alliance (GTPA) and its partners Opus Learning Institute
How quickly 6 months flies as we begin to say our farewells to Lina Di Biase and Flaviano Testa. Lina and Flaviano joined us from the University of Salerno on the Erasmus programme.
We always enjoy the small part we play
In the latest post for UKTPO, “Mamma Mia – here we go again” Equivalence for goods regulation in the Chequers proposal, Emily Lydgate, Peter Holmes and Michael Gasiorek argue that although the UK White Paper proposes the notion of ‘equivalence’ in some areas, the
In this latest Briefing Paper for UKTPO, Michael Gasiorek and Suzannah Walmsley, Fisheries and Aquaculture Business Development Manager at leading UK marine environmental consultancy ABPmer, provide an empirical assessment of the possible impact of Brexit on the UK’s fishing industry.
Leaving the EU
In the latest post for UKTPO, The Future of US-UK Trade: What case for a bilateral trade agreement?, Marc Busch, Michael Gasiorek, Peter Holmes, J. Brad Jenson, Rod Ludema, Emily Lydgate, Anna Maria Mayda, Pietra Rivoli, Jim Rollo, Stephen Weymouth, Rorden
In his latest post for UKTPO, Does the Chequers Agreement provide any steps to Brexit heaven?, Dr Michael Gasiorek looks at the details of the “facilitated customs arrangement” - how it differs from the previous ‘new customs partnership' and how
In their latest blog, How can the UK ensure an all-UK Backstop? Professor Alasdair Smith and Dr Peter Holmes analyse the implications of extending the proposal to incorporate Northern Ireland into the EU’s Customs Territory to the whole UK, in the event no other solution can
In their latest blog for UKTPO titled Why the Customs Partnership is problematic, Michael Gasiorek and Peter Holmes discuss the New Customs Partnership – one of the government’s two preferred options for post-Brexit trade with the EU. They look at the implications for
L-R: Jim Rollo, Amb. Patnaik, Peter Holmes
Today were were honoured to receive a visit from Ambassador Dinesh K. Patnaik, Deputy High Commissioner of India to the UK.
As part of his visit to the University of Sussex, InterAnalysis was highlighted as
As users of TradeSift we want to bring the following notice to your attention.
You don’t have to do anything differently, we are just letting you know about the new legislation from the European Union, The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which comes
In his latest blog for UKTPO, Michael Gasiorek analyses EU and UK trade policy positions and looks at what potential solutions could do to the current stalemate on the customs union issue.
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