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EU will comply with WTO decision on Airbus state aid
The EU says it will take 'swift action' to ensure it is fully in line with the World Trade Organisation's final decision Tuesday in a dispute brought by the ...
WTO rules in EU's favour over U.S. support for Boeing
The EU won a major victory Monday in its battle over United States support for production of the Boeing 777X, as the WTO ruled the aid breached international ...
China's anti-dumping duties on X-ray security scanners - WTO case
A World Trade Organization panel report (DS425) found that China's anti-dumping duties on imports of X-ray security scanners from the EU were in breach of WTO ...
Anti-dumping measures
Regulation (EC) No 384/96 aims to transpose the provisions of the new agreement on the implementation of Article VI of the General Agreement on Tariffs and ...
Adoption of the WTO agreements
By Council Decision 94/800/EC, the Council of the European Union adopts the legal texts resulting from the Uruguay Round multilateral trade negotiations ...
Round 14 of EU - US trade talks under way
The 14th round of EU talks to agree the huge Transatlantic Trade & Investment Partnership (TTIP) free trade accord with the United States got under way in ...
Updated CETA declaration shows contempt for EU citizens and parliaments - Greenpeace
An updated version of the EU and Canada's joint declaration on CETA fails to address fundamental problems with the trade deal, as the revision only concerns ...
Mexico and EU agree revamped trade deal
Almost all trade in goods between the EU and Mexico are to be duty-free, including in agriculture, following Saturday's agreement on a new trade deal, part of ...
EU seals first Asian free trade deal with S. Korea
Europe agreed a vast free trade deal with South Korea on Thursday, hailing it as the first in a chain of bilateral pacts with Asian nations that will bind the ...
Brexit and trade options - expert comment from the University of Warwick
Expert comment from the University of Warwick - Brexit and UK post-Brexit trade options, by Dr Andreas Kokkinis, School of Law, University of Warwick.
The European Union has launched negotiations for a comprehensive and ambitious trade agreement with New Zealand. Bilateral trade in goods between the two ...
Export of cultural goods
In order to ensure that EU exports of cultural goods are subject to uniform checks, this Regulation makes the presentation of an export licence compulsory for ...
EU-Singapore Trade Agreement underlines free trade as a vehicle for growth and prosperity
Speaking after the approval of the EU-Singapore Trade and Investment agreements by the European Parliament today EuroCommerce Director-General Christian ...
EU strengthens its defence against unfair trading
European Union states agreed Tuesday on a proposal to modernise the EU's trade defence instruments, with a view to shielding EU producers from damage caused by ...
Trade protectionism across the world - 10th EU Report on Potentially Trade Restrictive Measures
Global efforts to battle trade protectionism need to be reinforced to help shield the fragile economic recovery across the world. In a report released today, ...
Ninth Report on Potentially Trade Restrictive Measures
In this report released on 6 June, the EU identifies a staggering increase in protectionism around the world with 123 new trade restrictions introduced over ...
MEPs urged to agree "meaningful" Anti-Dumping report in Parliament Committee
MEPs in the European Parliament will today vote on a committee report regarding the Commission's proposal for a new 'non-standard' methodology to be used in ...
Greenpeace calls on Italy to reconsider position on EU-Canada trade deal
Italy may be preparing to break ranks with other EU governments on the right for national parliaments to approve or reject a controversial trade deal between ...
The EU stands firm against unfair trade practices through anti-dumping and anti-subsidy measures. This is necessary to uphold the EU's commitment to open ...
Landmark deal to bolster EU's trade defence
After four years of talks, the EU institutions reached political agreement Tuesday on rules to protect the EU against unfairly cheap imports and combat ...
Consultation on investment protection in EU-US trade talks
The European Commission published on 13 January its analysis of the almost 150,000 replies to its online consultation on investment protection and ...
Retailers and wholesalers warn of dangers from direct consumer imports
Speaking today on the occasion of the International Product Safety Week, Christian Verschueren, Director-General of EuroCommerce said: "Our members are deeply ...
The Trump tariffs on steel and aluminium: the end of the WTO?
There is no doubt that the recent announcement by the U.S. Administration of tariff hikes on steel and aluminium, justified on national security grounds, ...
European auto industry calls for 'real and effective' elimination of non-tariff barriers during trade negotiations with Japan
The European Union and Japan yesterday officially launched negotiations for a free trade agreement (FTA).
EU-China look to cooperate on state aid
The EU Commission and China reaffirmed the importance of cooperation on competition policy for good economic relations Thursday, at a meeting forming part of a ...
Assessing UK Trade Policy Readiness
The UK is setting out on the path of an independent trade policy at a difficult time. Public interest in trade policy has never been greater, with US political ...
Record high for EU agri-food exports in 2016
The European Union had an agri-food trade surplus of EUR 18.8 billion in 2016, according to a Commission report, with the annual value of agri-food exports ...
EU Parliament committee backs EU-Canada trade deal
Members of the European Parliament's trade committee gave their backing Tuesday to the controversial CETA EU-Canada trade and investment protection agreement.
AEGIS Europe calls on EU to ensure robust Trade Defence in glass fibre fabrics case
AEGIS Europe has expressed major concerns regarding the approach being taken by DG Trade in the first expiry review of anti-dumping measures on imports of open ...
MEPs vote to stop trade in minerals financing armed conflicts
The EU Parliament approved Thursday new rules to ensure that minerals used by European industries are sourced responsibly, diverting revenues away from rebel ...
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