Nicolas is a trade policy advisor and the principal of International Trade Intelligence. He has worked with international organisations and national governments and provided expertise on the negotiation and implementation of multilateral and regional trade agreements.
Prior to his advisory work, Nicolas was a doctoral researcher at the University of Cambridge with a focus on Indian trade agreements. He holds an MPhil in International Relations from the University of Cambridge and studied politics, economics, and law at the University of Münster, Germany, and McGill University, Canada. Nicolas has worked on trade and development at the United Nations in Geneva, at the European Commission in Brussels, at the German Bundestag in Berlin, and at the German Corporation for International Cooperation in Lilongwe.
Rutendo Tavengerwei is a trade policy advisor with a focus on African trade issues and international trade law. Rutendo has worked with different international and national organisations including the World Trade Organisation, the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe, the European Union and the African Union, advising on digital trade and e-commerce, trade facilitation as well as trade in goods. Rutendo has also published in the field of international economic law and is a DPhil candidate at the University of Oxford.
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