David Henig

David Henig is Director of the UK Trade Policy Project at the think-tank European Centre for International Political Economy (ECIPE) writing extensively on the trade implications of Brexit and what comes next for UK trade policy. For ECIPE he has also written a series of short papers on globalisation and modern trade, and also regularly discusses broader trade issues such as sustainable trade, the future of the WTO, and EU trade agreements. David serves as Expert Adviser to the UK Trade and Business Commission and House of Lords International Agreements Committee, as well as speaking widely on trade and economic issues in the media and at conferences. Prior to joining ECIPE in March 2018 he worked for the UK Government including on Transatlantic Trade Investment Partnership (TTIP) talks between US and EU, in establishing the Department for International Trade after the referendum, and on issues around inward investments from China. 

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G20

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COP 27

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Control

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Curse of Brexit

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Putin birthday

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Turbulence

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Lyman

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Clear blue water

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