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MALTESE BUSINESSES DISCUSS RENEWED TRADE POLICY FOR A STRONGER EUROPE

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Copia-di-Copia-di-Copia-di-Copia-di-Copia-di-Copia-di-Copia-di-Copia-di-Copia-di-REDDITO-MINIMO-1The Malta Business Bureau and the European Commission Representation in Malta organised a webinar on the current open consultation by the European Commission on a renewed trade policy for a stronger Europe.

Daniel Debono, EU affairs manager of the Malta Business Bureau, who also moderated the event, outlined several issues that have increased the volatility in international trade in the last years. He also explained the relevance of EU trade policy for Malta and Maltese businesses and emphasised how Malta requires a strong EU to obtain the best conditions for Maltese businesses when negotiating trade agreements with third countries.

The discussion inside the event covered various current topics in international trade, including the impact of US-China trade tensions on European business; the growing importance of Africa for trading with the EU but also as a part-solution to migration pressures; the increasing role of e-commerce and digital trade; as well as the need to implement EU free trade agreements nationally more effectively.

 

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