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    Os EUA na Era Trump: impactos para o mundo
    (Centro de Estudos do Comércio Global e Investimento (CCGI), 2017-02-10) Lafer, Celso; Lima-Campos, Aluisio; Barbosa, Rubens Antonio; Braga, Carlos Alberto Primo; Vettori, Gustavo Gonçalves
    A Escola de Economia de São Paulo da Fundação Getúlio Vargas (EESP-FGV), o Centro de Estudos de Comércio Internacional e Investimento (CCGI) e a Cátedra OMC, com apoio do Brazilian International Trade Scholars (ABCI) convidaram para palestra “Os EUA na Era Trump: Impactos para o Mundo”, em que foram debatidos os impactos das políticas de comércio dos EUA, o fechamento do ciclo de oito anos de Barak Obama e as mudanças e desafios de uma nova agenda para o Comércio Internacional com a posse de Donald Trump. A palestra ocorreu no dia 10 de fevereiro de 2017, no Auditório da Escola de Economia da Fundação Getúlio Vargas.
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    II Conferência Anual de Comércio Internacional (CACI): os mega-acordos de comércio e seus impactos na OMC e no Brasil
    (Centro de Estudos do Comércio Global e Investimento (CCGI), 2016-06) Gadbaw, Michael; Ferraz, Lucas Pedreira do Couto; Zanotto, Thomas; Braga, Carlos Alberto Primo; Pereira, Lia Valls; Rios, Sandra Maria C. Polónia; Veiga, Pedro da Motta; Arbache, Jorge Saba; Bonomo, Diego; Badin, Michelle Ratton Sanchez; Amaral Júnior, Alberto do
    Escola de Economia de São Paulo da Fundação Getulio Vargas (FGV/EESP), o Centro de Estudos de Comércio Internacional e Investimento (CCGI) e a Cátedra OMC, com o apoio do IRICE e da FIESP, realizam a II Conferência Anual de Comércio Internacional (II CACI), em que serão debatidos os impactos dos Mega-Acordos de Comércio na OMC e no Brasil, e os desafios de uma nova agenda para o Comércio Internacional.
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    International conference: the role of the WTO in the 21st century launching of the WTO chair in Brazil
    (2014-12) Shark, David; Lafer, Celso; Hugueney, Clodoaldo; Mesquita, Paulo Estivallet de; Godinho, Daniel; Zanotto, Thomas; Bonomo, Diego; Amaral Júnior, Alberto do; Morosini, Fábio; Campos, Aluisio Lima; Viola, Eduardo Jose; Rios, Sandra Maria C. Polónia; Ornellas, Emanuel; Thorstensen, Vera Helena
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    Mesa redonda: restaurando a cooperação comercial multilateral: o futuro da OMC
    (2014-04) Schott, Jeffrey J.; Ferraz, Lucas Pedreira do Couto; Thorstensen, Vera Helena; Marçal, Emerson Fernandes; Abreu, Kátia; Martin, Will; Nassar, Andre; Rozemberg, Ricardo
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    Workshop Internacional: os mega acordos de comércio e o futuro do Mercosul
    (2014-05-08) Kotschwar, Barbara; Pereira, Lia Valls; Bonomo, Diego; Lima, Márcio Luiz de Freitas Naves de; Rios, Sandra Maria C. Polónia; Markwald, Ricardo Andrés; Bittencourt, Gustavo; Costa Filho, Ronaldo; Baumann, Renato; Sica, Dante; Ferraz, Lucas Pedreira do Couto; Barbosa, Rubens Antonio; Gonçalves, Jose Botafogo; Penã, Felix; Thorstensen, Vera Helena
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    I Conferência Anual de Comércio Internacional (I CACI): o Brasil nos 20 anos da OMC
    (2015-09) Amaral Júnior, Alberto do; Pereira, Lia Valls; Lima, Rodrigo C. A.; Ferraz, Lucas Pedreira do Couto; Ming, Ye; Cabral, Rodolfo Arruda; Duarte, Rafael; Carvalho, André Pereira de
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    5th BRICS Trade and Economic Research Network (TERN) meeting: the impact of mega agreements on BRICS
    (2014-07) Correa, Luiz Felipe de Seixas; Thorstensen, Vera Helena; Ferraz, Lucas Pedreira do Couto; Jatkar, Archana; Mukumba, Chenai; Baihua, Gong; Hairong, Luo; Draper, Peter; Dube, Memory
    The BRICS TERN – BRICS Trade and Economics Research Network is a group of independent research institutes established four years ago by five think tanks from Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. The main objective of the network is to study different aspects of trade and economic relations amongst these five countries. The purpose of the V BRICS TERN Meeting was to analyze and debate the effects of the negotiations of the Mega Agreements, mainly those initiated by the US and the EU, already in negotiation, to each of the BRICS Trade Policies. Both Mega Agreements were examined – the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) and the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP). The studies included the main impacts on trade flows and on the international trade rules system, respecting the perspective of each of the countries concerned. This workshop was an initiative of the Center for Global Trade and Investments (CGTI), a think-tank on International Trade held by FGV Sao Paulo School of Economics. Its main objective is the research on trade regulation, preferential trade agreements, trade and currency, trade and global value chains, through legal analysis and economic modelling. One of its main researches, now, is on the potential economic and legal impacts of the Mega Agreements on Brazil and WTO rules. This meeting was organized in March14, 2014, in Rio de Janeiro, in a perfect timing for introducing such issues in the international agenda, in advance of the 6th BRICS Summit scheduled to be held in Brazil in July 2014.