Suggests that the EU could gain over 100 billion per annum through liberalisation of the EU-US trade relationship. The gains for the US could be as much as $75 billion per year.The studies also highlight the new challenges to transatlantic trade - in particular, arguing that the EU and US should consider strengthening regulatory dialogue and cooperation, to help prevent 'non-tariff' barriers, such as domestic regulation, becoming an increasing source of trade disputes.
|Number of pages||67|
|Publication status||Published - 2002|
- economic cooperation
- european union
- trade harmonisation