The financial and economic crisis has changed the landscape of economic policy and nowadays we are facing a period where it can be easily admitted that there's no state in the international scene that has not been impacted by the past events. In this regard, the European Union has been certainly suffering from its impact and has been forced to face a new economic reality, one with post-crisis trade restrictive measures and multi-layers of trade rules. This papers seeks to give an overview on the impacts of the global economic crisis on EU's foreign trade and policy responses. To this aim, it will tackle several aspects such as to what extent was the foreign trade of EU affected by the global economic crisis and also how all of this changes impacted the dynamics of the relationships and partnerships with other international actors.
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