Outlook: the fall agenda for trade policy

The EU has significantly upgraded its trade policy in recent years. Brand new in its arsenal: an instrument against competition-distorting subsidies, aimed primarily at Chinese state-owned enterprises; and the International Procurement Instrument (IPI), with the help of which the EU wants to open up public tenders in other countries to European companies. Both regulations were adopted by the European Parliament and member states before the summer break.

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