WITA’s NextGenTrade® initiative focuses on emergent trade issues that will be at the center of trade discussions, negotiations and disputes in the years to come.


Artificial Intelligence is Trade Policy’s New Frontier

Susan Ariel Aaronson | Centre for International Governance Innovation | 01/11/2018

People are increasingly reliant on artificial intelligence (AI) — that is, the machines, systems or applications that are capable of performing tasks that, until recently, could only be performed by a…

Started the digital trade wars have: Delineating the regulatory battlegrounds

Dan Ciuriak and Maria Ptashkina | International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development | 01/09/2018

Digital Trade in North America

Jessica R. Nicholson | U.S. Department of Commerce | 01/05/2018

Executive Summary As Internet access and reliance grows, so does th...

Jobs Lost, Jobs Gained: Workforce Transitions In a Time of Automation

James Manyika, Susan Lund, Michael Chui, Jacques Bughin, Jonathan Woetzel, Parul Batra, Ryan Ko, Saurabh Sanghvi | McKinsey & Company | 12/20/2017

Bringing Trade Rules Into The 21st Century

Vikram Khanna | The Strait Times | 12/15/2017

The WTO is supposed to police world trade but instead is held captive by ...

The New Realities of Trade (and Global Value Chains)

Magnus Rentzhog | Swedish National Board of Trade | 10/11/2017

WITA’s NextGenTrade™ series on The Future of T...

3D-printing might not kill global trade after all. Here’s why

Wolfgang Lehmacher and Martin Schwemmer | World Economic Forum | 10/05/2017

Last year Adidas h...


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