Copenhagen Economics wins large EU contract on non-tariff barriers between EU and US
Copenhagen Economics (in consortium) has won a large EU contract for Directorate General Trade to carry out a study of the economic impact of non-tariff barriers to EU-US trade and investment. The consortium consists of Copenhagen Economics, ECORYS, RPA, ICAP, Danish Technological Institute, University of Sussex and QualDesign.
The project, for which Copenhagen Economics will shortly commence work, is in line with Copenhagen Economics’ focus on the interaction between regulation and international trade. It also fits in with our continuous pursuit of excellence in modelling of global trade and investment in services. The work will build on our successful modelling of the EU services directive from 2005
For more information, please contact Partner Martin H. Thelle