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Éclairage sur la balance commerciale 2023 : entre défis énergétiques et résilience sectorielle, le déficit s’installe

 Facts & FiguresJanuary 29, 2024
By Manon Madec
Le solde commercial de la France, qui a atteint son plus bas niveau historique en 2022, s’améliore légèrement en 2023 grâce à la baisse des prix de l’énergie. Cette tendance est soutenue par des exportations dynamiques dans les secteurs de spécialisation de la France ainsi que des services. Le déficit reste important, bien supérieur à celui affiché par nos voisins européens. À l'échelle de l'UE, la baisse des prix de l'énergie conduit au rétablissement d'un excédent commercial.

New year, new challenges

 PostJanuary 12, 2024
By Antoine Bouët
The CEPII is looking forward to the new year and the developments it will bring that we hope to be positive. The Government, under whose auspices the CEPII has been operating since 1978, has initiated a thorough review of how to enhance the performance and coordination of the French organisations that conduct economic analysis and policy evaluation.

The 2023 CEPII's Programme of work: focus on shocks and deep transformations of global economy

 PostFebruary 22, 2023
By Antoine Bouët, Christophe Destais, Lionel Fontagné, Thomas Grjebine, Vincent Vicard
This year, the major topics of the CEPII's work programme emerge from the current gloomy context: the energy transition, the resilience of value chains, impacts of geopolitical tensions, the macroeconomic situation marked by new budgetary priorities and the tightening of monetary policies.

Trade sanctions against Russia: taking stock after 100 days of war

 PostJune 15, 2022
By Cecilia Bellora, Kevin Lefebvre, Malte Thie
On 23rd February - the eve of the Russian invasion of Ukraine - the Council of the European Union (EU) adopted the first package of sanctions in response to Moscow's recognition of the self-proclaimed autonomous republics of Donetsk and Lugansk. Since then, five further packages have followed, the last of which was adopted on 3rd June. From the second package onwards, sanctions affected trade in goods.

Europe after Covid 19: How €750 billion could reboot the EU

 VideoJuly 6, 2020 - In the press
By Anne-Laure Delatte
French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel might well hold the future of Europe in their hands. Or maybe more accurately in their cheque books. Round table with Anne-Laure Delatte, Lorenzo Marsili, Daniel Stelter, and Olaf Wientzek, on France 24 on 30 june 2020.

Vietnam: The last dragon - 2/2: Resilience faced with international tensions

 PostFebruary 17, 2020
By Michel Fouquin, Jean-Raphaël Chaponnière
Vietnam opening up and development are closely linked to the strategies of multinational companies at the heart of the transformation of economic structures. In spite of international trade tensions, Vietnam seems to be taking advantage of this by acting as a conduit for Japanese, Korean and Chinese companies to export to the United States.

Vietnam: the last dragon - 1/2: International Openness: A Guide to Vietnam's Economic Policy

 PostFebruary 14, 2020
By Michel Fouquin, Jean-Raphaël Chaponnière
Vietnam has opted for international openness since 1986 to create a “socialist market economy”, which has allowed it to experience vigorous economic expansion. Its integration into the world economy has made it an important link in international value chains, massively importing components from China and Asia in general, and exporting, as massively, finished products to the United States and Europe.

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