This week in transatlantic trade:
- Countries on both sides of the Atlantic are accelerating their efforts to stave off the spread of the COVID-19 variants by speeding up vaccination and adding travel restrictions
- The EU intends to increase export transparency on COVID experimental vaccines produced within its boundaries; and the European Commission is going to devise sustainable food systems chapter for its existing and future trade agreements
- The UK outlines agenda for the G7 Summit; urges the US to return to the negotiating table on their bilateral trade agreement
- In the US, President Biden completes his first full week in office, during which he has been busy progressing his agenda by executive actions, including the latest on Buy American, among others
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