Regionalisation Within the Global Economy

9:00 am - 10:30 am
Regionalisation Within the Global Economy

Friday, 01 September
90 minutes
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The COVID-19 pandemic and the Russian war of aggression against Ukraine have reinforced the already existing trend of regionalisation in the global economy. In addition, trade strategies are currently being redesigned to better factor in geopolitical and geo-economical risks. How can the EU continue reaping the benefits of open trade and become more self-sufficient and resilient at the same time?
Supported by Federal Ministry of Labour and Economy

Martin Kocher

Austrian Federal Minister for Labour and Economy Austrian Federal Ministry for Labour and Economy