Conferences and seminars with the National Board of Trade
The National Board of Trade´s seminars cover topics in the field of the EU internal market, international trade and trade policy. On this page, we invite you to join upcoming seminars and let you know when we participate as speakers in other seminars.
See afterwards from COP28: EU Green Deal and engaging with EU's global trading partners
Published: 28 Nov 2023
National Board of Trade Sweden arranged a seminar during the United Nations Climate Change Conference COP 28. The seminar discussed the EU Green Deal and the impact on EU trade relations with the rest of the world. Special focus was on how exporters in low- and middle-income countries may be affected by the EU's...
See afterwards: Competitiveness through better functioning of the single market – a wish list for the next EU Commission
Published: 01 Nov 2023
National Board of Trade Sweden arranged a seminar during the EU Days Lund 2023. The event was organised by the City of Lund, Lund University, the European Commission Representation in Sweden and Europe Direct Lund. Our Director-General Anders Ahnlid talked about the improvements that can be done to develop the single...
WTO Public Forum 2023
Published: 05 Sep 2023
National Board of Trade Sweden participated at Public Forum 2023 organised by the World Trade Organization. Senior adviser Emma Sävenborg presented her latest findings on digital trade as an effective tool for promoting inclusion.
See afterwards: Heckscher-Ohlin Conference 2023 – building trade policy on contemporary science
Published: 17 May 2023
During the past 20 years, trade economists have made important contributions to our understanding of international trade. However, the key insights of this research have not yet sufficiently reached the policy level. To link contemporary research to modern policymaking, we organised the first Heckscher-Ohlin...
See afterwards: EU trade integration with the Asia-Pacific
Published: 07 Feb 2023
With WTO negotiations unlikely to advance fast and no trade agreement with the US in sight, the EU must have a plan for deeper economic integration with reliable partners. Should the EU join the CPTPP or is an enhanced trade cooperation between them the better option?
The need for enhanced EU cooperation with the CPTPP
Published: 07 Feb 2023
EU economic integration with like-minded partners in the Asia-Pacific is crucial to diversify trade relations and improve competitiveness. This article presents concrete proposals on how this can be achieved without negotiating entirely new trade agreements.