CEPA’s online journal dedicated to advancing transatlantic cooperation on tech policy.
On his state visit to Washington, French President Emmanuel Macron denounced US plans to favor domestic electric car production. But France is at least just as guilty of protectionism.
As technology shapes our societies, the transatlantic tech alliance is moving its regulatory agenda ahead to increase government oversight.
When US and European Union leaders meet in Washington on December 5 for the third Trade and Technology Council (TTC) meeting, they must head off rising disputes over industrial subsidies.
When European and US officials meet today in Maryland for the third session of the EU-US Trade and Technology Council (TTC), they will announce “uncontroversial” deliverables – but avoid their big disagreements.Read More