ETI kindly invites you to the 6th (and last) session of its cycle of workshops on “How to contribute to EU legislative and regulatory policy-making with socio-economic analysis”.
Session #6 on Wednesday 5 May 2021
A change in any trade framework or regulation creates socio-economic impacts.
This can be, for example, a new or modified trade agreement.
Or an injurious dumping situation that needs to be brought back to fair market conditions.
Or a change in import / export quotas.
None of this will leave you unaffected if it is relevant for the fields you are active in.
It may have a positive outcome for you, or maybe a negative result.
In either case, you rather want to pro-actively understand the situation and the options.
And you may want to make sure that the impact is fair and well-balanced.
Or you may even want to be the one that triggers the change, like requesting a new quota or applying for an anti-dumping case.
Either way, a socio-economic analysis of the situation is a very valuable and indispensable instrument.
It provides with the solid arguments you need to argue against potential unfair negative impacts.
Or to be the one to trigger a change.
Participate in this webinar to understand more about this – starting from the big picture down to concrete examples and recommendations.
5 May 2021 @ 11:00 am
5 May 2021 @ 12:30 pm
Duration: 1 hours, 30 minutes