The UK's multilateral trade future
As the UK negotiates the terms of its divorce from the EU, its leaders should look at the international trade relations that best serve it
Preparing for the Trump Trade War
Is US President Donald Trump what Maoists used to call a paper tiger, or should his noisy threats be taken seriously?
Will the IMF lose Ukraine?
Mitchell A. Orenstein argues that Ukrainain economic reforms should wait
Trade secretary starts search for international commissioners
Liam Fox announces that trade commissioners will be appointed to represent UK trade interests abroad
DIT gets chief trade negotiations expert from NZ
Crawford Falconer to head up UK’s trade negotiations with other countries in run-up to Brexit and beyond
Trump's trade illogic
Christopher Smart points out three fundamental flaws in the US administration's approach to globalisation
The elusive benefits of flexible exchange rates
Flexible exchange rates do not cushion the economy from shocks, but they have other benefits
UK must remain an open economy
The UK has a significant current account deficit to fund, says Trevor Williams
EU trade deal not essential
A trade deal with the EU would be desirable but not essential after Brexit, according to think-tank IEA
What a hard Brexit means for trade
The UK's decision to leave the single market and customs union will have huge consequences
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