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US demands should come as no surprise given UK approach to trade talks
Nigel Driffield, Professor of International Business at Warwick Business School, comments on the leaked documents on UK-US trade talks.
CETA is an unhealthy deal - lessons to be learnt for future EU trade policy
The European Parliament in the presence of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau rubber-stamped the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) between ...
CETA: MEPs put European Parliament on the wrong side of history
Support for the controversial EU-Canada trade and investment protection deal – known as CETA – puts the European Parliament on the wrong side of history, ...
EU proposals for the steel industry: Preserving sustainable jobs and growth in Europe
The European Commission suggests policy measures to support the European steel sector to overcome its serious challenges, largely due to global overcapacity.
41 million fake goods seized at EU borders, China main source
Customs authorities detained more than 41 million fake and counterfeit products valued at over EUR 670 million at the EU's external borders in 2016, according ...
European Parliament calls for TiSA agreement that protects and benefits consumers
Today, the European Parliament’s plenary adopted recommendations to the European Commission on the ongoing ‘Trade in Services’ (TiSA) agreement.
Key elements of the EU-Mercosur trade agreement
The European Union and Mercosur member countries Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay concluded on 28 June long-standing negotiations on a landmark trade ...
New measures to fight poaching and end trade in raw ivory
The European Commission has moved to end the export of old raw ivory as of 1 July, with the adoption of new guidance on the EU rules governing ivory trade.
Brussels issues guidance on raw ivory export ban
The EU Commission moved Tuesday to end the export of old raw ivory as of 1 July, with the adoption of new guidance on the European Union's rules governing ...
Consultation on provisions in EU-US trade deal on investment and investor-state dispute settlement
EU Trade Commissioner Karel De Gucht has announced his decision to consult the public on the investment provisions of a future EU-US trade deal, known as the ...
Talks launched for 'ambitious' EU-Australia trade deal
EU Trade Cecilia Malmstroem met with Australia's Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull Monday to officially launch negotiations for a comprehensive trade agreement ...
The European Union launched negotiations for a comprehensive and ambitious trade agreement with Australia on 18 June. The EU is Australia's second-biggest ...
EU Parliament go-ahead for trade deal with Singapore
The European Parliament gave its endorsement Wednesday to the free trade and investment protection deals between EU and Singapore, serving as blueprint for ...
EU-Mercosur deal trades in environmental destruction, Greenpeace
The trade deal that could be agreed this weekend between the EU and Mercosur countries is a disaster for the environment on both sides of the Atlantic, said ...
Implementation of EU Free Trade Agreements 1 January 2016 - 31 December 2016
The European Commission published on 9 November 2017 a report assessing the implementation of the EU's existing trade agreements. This is another step towards ...
EU agrees outline deal to curb flow in conflict minerals
The EU agreed Thursday on a framework to stop the financing of armed groups through trade in conflict minerals, following negotiations between the EU Council, ...
Half dangerous goods coming to EU made in China: report
More than half of all dangerous products detected by the EU's 'Safety Gate for dangerous products' came from China, according to the European Commission's 2018 ...
MEPs vote against market economy status for China
EU Parliament members voted against dumping and the granting of market economy status (MES) to China Thursday. This is seen as an important signal that the EU ...
EU extends anti-dumping measures on Chinese steel
The European Commission on Tuesday prolonged for another five years the existing anti-dumping measures on Chinese imports of seamless pipes and tubes of ...
Anti-dumping: What is Zeroing? - guide
In 2004 and 2007, the EU launched WTO disputes against the US for the use of a methodology called "zeroing" in the calculation of anti-dumping duty rates. The ...
In a globalised world, SMEs need to be able to confront an increasing competition from developed and emerging economies and to plug into the new market ...
Expert comment on the US threatening tariffs on EU goods
Expert comment on the US threatening tariffs on EU goods from Nigel Driffield, Professor of International Business at Warwick Business School. He researches ...
EU, UK clarify position to WTO on tariff quotas after Brexit
The EU and Britain sent a joint letter to members of the World Trade Organization Wednesday, setting out their intended approach to certain WTO issues arising ...
Brussels unveils its new 'progressive trade policy'
Following yesterday's State of the Union speech, the EU Commission unveiled Thursday a package of trade and investment proposals including to open talks for ...
Belgium holds back EU-Canada trade deal
Agreement on a major trade deal between the EU and Canada was held up Tuesday when Belgium prevented unanimous agreement by EU ministers on its ratification.
Impasse in the WTO Dispute Settlement Body - Consequences and Responses
As the United States maintains its block on appointments of new members to the Appellate Body, there is growing concern about the pending incapacitation of the ...
EU agri-food trade balance hits record levels
The EU agri-food trade balance stood at a record EUR 1.5 bn in April 2016, compared to EUR 1 bn in April 2015, the European Commission announced Monday in its ...
"Agenda for Change" in EU development policy and EU budget support - guide
The EU will re-prioritise its delivery of aid to developing countries to ensure maximum impact on poverty reduction. EU Commissioner for Development Andris ...
WTO decision: China's panel dispute against the EU to proceed
The People's Republic of China is attacking the European Union at the World Trade Organization (WTO) with regards to the EU's anti-dumping law. China wants the ...
EU launches trade talks with New Zealand
EU Trade Cecilia Malmstroem launched negotiations Thursday for a comprehensive trade agreement between the EU and New Zealand, aimed at removing barriers to ...
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