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Russian pork ban illegal, WTO confirms
Russia's 2014 import ban on live pigs, pork and other pig products from the European Union violates international trade rules, the World Trade organization's ...
Hurried tariffs with no thought of winners and losers no solution to no deal Brexit
Expert comment from Nigel Driffield, professor of international business at Warwick Business School.
EU-Canada Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA)
The EU-Canada summit taking place today in Ottawa marks the end of the 5-year talks for a Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA). Canada is one of ...
EU proposes tax transparency for multinationals
Multi-national companies operating in Europe will be required to publish country-by-country information on the tax they pay, according to new proposals ...
Detention of counterfeit and pirated goods at EU borders in 2010 - guide
In 2010, EU Customs seized more than 103 million products suspected of violating intellectual property rights (IPR) at the EU's external borders. According to ...
Agri-food trade report 2015: EU is world's top exporter
The EU confirmed its position as number one agri-food exporter worldwide as agri-food exports reached EUR 129 billion in 2015 - more than 7 per cent of all ...
Modernisation of EU Trade Defence Instruments
The European Commission has made a proposal to adapt the EU's rulebook to tackle unfair competition from dumped and subsidised imports to the contemporary ...
U.S. now EU's main supplier of soyabeans
The U.S. has become Europe's main supplier of soyabeans, reaching a 52% share compared to 25% in in the same period last year, according to figures published ...
2018 EU trade defence report
The EU shields 320,000 direct jobs across Europe from unfair foreign competition through its trade defence measures, according to a report out on 28 March 2019.
The EU is committed to the liberalisation of international trade, but this depends on a level playing field between domestic and foreign producers based on ...
EU welcomes WTO Boeing ruling against US
The EU has welcomed the World Trade Organisation's ruling Thursday which it says vindicates the EU position that the United States has taken no steps to comply ...
Brussels vows to react 'firmly' to Trump steel duties
Any imposition of additional import duties on EU exports of steel and aluminium to the United States, announced by US president Trump, will be met firmly by ...
Landmark EU-Canada trade deal enters into force
The Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement between the EU and Canada (CETA), which aims to boost goods and services trade and investment flows, entered ...
Brussels registers 'Stop TTIP' citizen initiative
A European Citizens' Initiative to stop the EU negotiating mandate for the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership and the CETA trade deal with Canada ...
EU-Canada trade deal passes top EU Court legal test
The mechanism for the resolution of disputes between investors and States provided for by the free trade agreement between the EU and Canada is compatible with ...
Trade between EU and West Africa, 2000-2010 - Issue number 5/2012
This publication focuses on ECOWAS, the Economic Community of West African States. In 2010 the EU-27 had a trade surplus with the ECOWAS countries in goods ...
WTO Case on export restrictions of raw materials in China - guide
The Appellate Body of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) on 30 January confirmed the findings made by a Panel in July 2011 that China's export restrictions on ...
EU report shows it's time to rethink trade deals that drive industrial farming, Greenpeace
The EU should rethink international trade deals that drive industrial farming, said Greenpeace, following the release of an EU report highlighting the negative ...
EU restricts imports of plants from China
The European Union has decided to impose stricter measures for the import from China of plants hosting the harmful citrus long horn beetle, an insect that is ...
What do your cell phone, your TV and your kid’s teddy bear have in common? If you have purchased these items within the European Economic Area ("EEA", ...
EU Parliament gives green light to new anti-dumping rules
New EU rules will require trade partners outside the EU to meet international social and environmental standards, following a vote by Euro-MPs Wednesday to ...
EC Action Programme Customs 2013 (2008-2013)
The European Community action programme Customs 2013 (2008-2013) aims to support the development of a pan-European electronic customs environment which ensures ...
EU launches WTO case against China
The European Union launched legal proceedings in the World Trade Organisation (WTO) Friday against Chinese legislation that it claims undermines the ...
EU to retaliate over US steel tariffs from July
In its response to the US imposition of tariffs on steel and aluminium products, the European Union decided Wednesday to apply additional duties to selected ...
Free trade deals cannot be agreed by EU alone: EU Court
The EU Commission cannot conclude trade deals without the approval of national parliaments,when they contain investment dispute systems that supersede national ...
EU finalises trade partnership deal with Japan
The EU and Japan finalised a deal on the EU-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement Friday, creating an economic zone with 600 million people and approximately 30 ...
Updated Blocking Statute in support of Iran nuclear deal
As the first batch of re-imposed US sanctions on Iran took effect, the EU's updated Blocking Statute entered into force early on 7 August to mitigate their ...
European firms get EU protection from Trump Iran sanctions
As the first batch of re-imposed US sanctions on Iran take effect, the EU's updated 'Blocking Statute' entered into force early on 7 August to mitigate their ...
EU Advocate General opinion on EU-Singapore deal has wide implications for EU trade agenda
In a landmark case that could affect the future of EU trade agreements, the Advocate General of the European Court of Justice has said that national ...
EU manufacturers call on European Council to sharpen rules for public procurement
AEGIS Europe, the industry alliance representing over 20 key industries, aiming to promote manufacturing investment, innovation, jobs and growth in Europe, ...
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