One might have been forgiven for thinking, in 2010, that the European project was in peril. In that year the financial crisis known variably as the “credit crunch” and “the Great Recession”, was about to reach its peak. Speculation about the end of the Euro was rampant and confidence in European markets floundered.
Britain’s CPTPP deal is all upside in a world dividing into US and China power blocs
Joining an open, rules-based free trade system opens up all sorts of interesting possibilities when the world is changing so fast