This article argues that the EU falls short of maintaining ‘mutual solidarity’ and that the stark economic differences between many EU nations leads to conflicting energy policies with Russia.
Heavy burden is left upon UK government and private sectors as they comply with WTO rules in anti-dumping cases to impose duties on foreign exporters that are undercutting UK manufacturers.
2017 and the start of 2018 appeared to be in much better shape to now. From the perspective of global demand, the outlook was positive with blue skies ahead. With… read more →
Europe is a large and attractive market for commodities, heavily dominated by Russian exporters, or at least it was, until Donald Trump stepped into power. His promise to supply Eastern… read more →