Whether you are exporting or importing, looking for global investment opportunities or just need to be aware of economic and political issues, Trade Talks can help.
We will bring together colleagues who have on-the-ground knowledge from key jurisdictions, such as the US, China, the EU, the Commonwealth, India and further afield. This, coupled with experts from our global network of business leaders and influencers, will keep you abreast of economic and political issues in this fast-paced environment.
Our next stop on our Trade Talks tour is the European Union (EU). The Treaty of Rome was signed on 25 March 1957 by Belgium, France, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and West Germany. It remains one of the two most important treaties in the modern-day European Union. To coincide with the 61st anniversary, we asked Sean McGuire, Director for Brussels at the CBI, about the outlook for the EU-UK relationship and trade in 2018 and beyond.
Here, as a supplement to our interview with Sean, our Brexit, public policy and international trade experts offer their insight on the EU-UK trade relationship.