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Anders Rehnberg

Policy Advisor on EU Affairs, EU Office in Brussels

Responsible for Trade, SMEs, Brexit and CSR.

Latest Articles by Anders Rehnberg

ARTICLE — 6 December 2021

WTO Ministerial Conference postponed - a lost opportunity or an opportunity to reach the goal 

The WTO is the primary enabler of rules-based international trade. However, several parts of the organisation urgently need to be modernised if it is to remain relevant in the future.
ARTICLE — 1 December 2021

WTO:s ministerkonferens uppskjuten – en förlorad möjlighet eller en möjlighet att nĂ„ i mĂ„l 

WTO Àr den primÀra möjliggöraren för regelbaserad internationell handel. Flera delar av organisationen behöver dÀremot moderniseras för att den ska förbli relevant.
ARTICLE — 30 November 2021

Anti-coercion instrument – a difficult balancing act  

The European Commission will present a proposal for a so called “anti-coercion instrument”, a trade policy tool to be used against countries that in various ways threaten us. 
ARTICLE — 30 November 2021

Förslag om ”Anti-coercion instrument” – en svĂ„r balansgĂ„ng 

Inom kort lĂ€gger EU-kommissionen ett förslag om ett sĂ„ kallat ”anti-coercion instrument” ett handelspolitiskt verktyg för att anvĂ€nda mot lĂ€nder som pĂ„ olika sĂ€tt hotar EU. 
ARTICLE — 13 October 2021

The Arctic’s importance in climate change mitigation and sustainable economic development rightly recognised in the EU’s new Arctic policy

The Nordic industry organisations welcome the European Commission’s and European External Action Service’s (EEAS) Joint Communication on the Arctic. However, it is crucial that the business community in the European Arctic and in the EU plays a key role in EU efforts promoting sustainable economic development in the Arctic region.
ARTICLE — 23 June 2021

Corona effect: increased stockpiling and diversification, but no deglobalization in sight 

Despite the pandemic, Swedish entrepreneurs are continuing to rely on global value and supply chains. However, many believe that increased stockpiling and a wider network of suppliers have become more important in reducing exposure to risk in the future. This is according to a new report from the Confederation of Swedish Enterprise.
ARTICLE — 24 February 2021

Increased red tape and costs for Swedish businesses after Brexit

22 % of Swedish firms trading with the UK has already experienced problems and another 12 % expect to do so. These are the major findings in a survey we recently conducted among Swedish firms trading with the UK.
ARTICLE — 10 February 2021

Confederation of Swedish Enterprise responds to consultation on Sustainable corporate governance

The European Commission is set to propose a legislative framework for sustainable corporate governance in Q2-2021. This initiative aims to “improve the EU regulatory framework on company law and corporate governance” and is said to include new rules on corporate governance as well as new rules on due diligence in supply chains.
ARTICLE — 5 December 2020

No reshoring in sight for Swedish firms

The Coronavirus crisis, and the unprecedented pressure that this has placed on business supply chains, has sparked debate on how best to avoid the risk of a collapse in the flow of goods and services. Whereas many are arguing in favour of reshoring production and having businesses move production ‘back home’, others are saying that the opposite is a safer strategy. We now have a clearer idea what Swedish firms are planning. 
EVENT — 24 September 2020

Impact of the Corona Crisis on Trade

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