Watch the Free Market Roadshow 2017 below. The first video includes the introduction and the first panel:
A Major Economic Reconfiguration: The End of the Free Trade Era?
The first panel will focus upon Free trade and its discontents; Protectionism; Trade agreements; The sharing economy;
A conference organized by the Ludwig von Mises Institute – Europe and Open Europe in the framework of the 10th Anniversary of Free Market Road show 2017.
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Date: March 28, 2017
Venue: The European
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