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Hume Brophy senior consultant on trade, Stuart Harbinson, will discuss the implications and challenges of Brexit for the UK and the EU as they relate to the World Trade Organization (WTO). This breakfast seminar will delve into issues such as the disentanglement of post-Brexit WTO schedules, including tariff rate quotas and services commitments, what ‘falling back on WTO terms’ could really mean for UK companies, as well as the future of the international trade landscape after Brexit.
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Stuart Harbinson joined Public Affairs firm Hume Brophy in 2017 after several years working in the United Nations and the World Trade Organization (WTO), notably as chief of staff and as special adviser to former WTO Directors-General Dr Supachai Panitchpakdi and Pascal Lamy. He has had a distinguished career in Hong Kong’s public service, including as Representative to the WTO for eight years from 1994 to 2002. He has rich experience as a former Chairman of WTO bodies, including the General Council,the TRIPS and Services Councils, the Dispute Settlement Body, and several WTO dispute settlement panels.
Senior Consultant/International Trade Specialist | Hume Brophy Brussels