- For Experts
The World Trade Organization has established a global framework that seeks fair competition, greater prosperity and economic stability. But upheavals in US–China trade relations are overturning that order. According to economists Anabel González and Nicolas Véron in this incisive report for policy analysts, the European Union, with one-third of its trade split between the two countries, needs to chart its own course in the maelstrom or risk losing its leadership and damaging its commercial interests.
About the Authors
Anabel González and Nicolas Véron are senior fellows at the Peterson Institute for International Economics; Nicolas Véron also is a senior fellow at Bruegel.