Market Access and Market Fragmentation – Unilateral and Agreed Standards
November 7, 2019
Market access is a precondition for international trade and open national economies. In practice, market access may be used to describe very divergent forms of market openings. Market access may be provided unilaterally or through bilateral or multilateral arrangements including standards, “equivalency requirements” or free trade agreements. Market access agreements may also vary in the integration, which they should achieve between the respective economies. In October 2018, the AEA-EAL organised a highly successful conference on the legal parameters of market access in Europe and beyond. Building
on this positive milestone, the AEA-EAL and its Swiss partners want to invite you to the 2nd Market Access Conference
on 7 November 2019. The topics addressed will include, but will not be limited to, unilateral and multilateral standard setting.
Download program and registration for the event:
Conference fee: 150 CHF