What does a Biden victory mean for global and transatlantic trade?

As Joe Biden prepares to take office as US President in January, one of the questions being asked in national capitals and in Brussels is what would a Biden presidency mean for global trade and in particular transatlantic trade?

In this article for New Europe, Syed Kamall suggests that “even if a deal is not reached on TTIP, there would still be a huge amount of trade and investment flows across the Atlantic. However, with a post-Brexit UK pursuing as many trade agreements as possible and the US re-engaging in trade talks, this might encourage the EU to abandon what some Brussels commentators feared was a slide towards protectionism.”

The full article can be read here.

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