In this report we empirically investigate whether regional trade agreements that include environmental goods provisions, affect trade flows of environmental goods.
In this report we study the challenges that digital innovation creates for technical regulation. How do Artificial Intelligence and cyber vulnerabilities change the way industrial goods are regulated?
In the future, cars, trucks, and other vehicles will almost only be powered by electricity instead of fossil fuels. We have examined the challenges of regulations for exporting and importing used batteries, which are often classified as waste.
This report shows the role of services, and how they can contribute to the green transition, with focus on the EU. However, there are barriers to trade in these services, barriers that the EU and the Member States should try to eliminate.
Foreign direct investment (FDI) is a key driver of economic growth and welfare. This analysis discusses how security and economic concerns should be balanced when deciding on a foreign direct investment screening mechanism.
When the EU imposes anti-dumping measures, the idea is to mitigate harm for firms in the EU. However, this new analysis from government agency National Board of Trade Sweden, shows that the production and sales of European companies do not increase.
Do geopolitical considerations require an EU trade policy that limits trade and economic integration to a greater extent than today? In light of increased geopolitical tensions, the National Board of Trade has analysed the connection between trade...
This report provides an overview of reasons why increased coherence between trade policy and policies to promote responsible business conduct creates synergies leading to more responsible, transparent, and resilient global value chains and in turn a...
How should trade policy be designed to improve economic resilience? These are questions discussed by the National Board of Trade Sweden in a new report.
This report describes differences for men and women as employees, entrepreneurs and consumers and discusses how trade policy could make a difference.
In this report, access to customs data on all the import transactions from South Korea undertaken by Swedish importers during a sample period allows us to open the ‘black box’ of company behaviour.
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We help companies find information, solve problems and influence legislation in the field of international trade.
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