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EUR 740m of fake goods stopped at EU borders
Fake and potentially dangerous goods worth nearly EUR 740 million were intercepted at EU customs borders in 2018, according to new figures released Thursday by ...
Products from Israeli settlements must be labelled as such: EU top Court
Foodstuffs originating in Israel's occupied territories must bear the indication of their territory of origin, the EU's top Court ruled on Tuesday, and be ...
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, ...
The Trade in Services Agreement (TiSA) is a trade agreement currently being negotiated by 23 members of the World Trade Organisation (WTO), including the EU. ...
TiSA to open up new markets for EU services
Compared to other trade deals, the talks on a Trade in Services Agreement (TiSA) have had a pretty smooth ride. TiSA came to the fore this week when Euro-MPs ...
CETA gets INTA Committee's approval amidst concerns of legal uncertainty
The European Parliament Committee on International Trade (INTA) approved the draft recommendations suggesting giving consent to the Comprehensive Economic and ...
MEPs unable to adjust CETA course as global trade doctrine crumbles, Greenpeace
Members of the European Parliament's trade committee have endorsed a controversial EU-Canada trade and investment protection agreement (known as CETA), despite ...
EU to tighten derivatives trading regulation
Proposed EU rules on derivatives trading must be made clearer and tougher, so as to reduce speculative trading and ensure that as many derivatives as possible ...
Reform of the EU Generalised Scheme of Preferences
The EU has issued a revised import preference scheme - known as the Generalised Scheme of Preferences (GSP) - for developing countries most in need which will ...
India EU trade
EU-India trade has grown impressively over the years, from €4.4 billion in 1980 to over €46 billion in 2006. Trade with the EU represents almost 20% of India's ...
Open Letter to EU Member States on FTA South Korea
The European Commission should improve the conditions of the upcoming free trade agreement (FTA) with South Korea and ensure a more transparent process for all ...
Korea trade deal goes against interest of major European industries and their workforce
The European Commission has, today, initialled a free trade agreement (FTA) with South Korea that consents to unfair competition and goes against the interest ...
The EU-ACP Trade Relations
Economic Partnership Agreements: A New Approach in trade relations between the European Union and the Africa, Caribbean and Pacific Countries (ACP).
Information and analysis relevant to ACP-EU trade relations - non-partisan sourcing and knowledge sharing on ACP-EU trade
The European Union and countries of the Caribbean region signed on 15 October 2008 an Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) which will strengthen ties between ...
CEN, the European Committee for Standardization, was founded in 1961 by the national standards bodies in the European Economic Community and EFTA countries. ...
The EU's Trade Relationship with China
China is the single most important challenge for EU trade policy. China has re-emerged as the world's third economy and the biggest exporter in the global ...
China - EU trade - background note
EU Trade Commissioner Peter Mandelson met Chinese Commerce Minister Bo Xilai in Brussels on 12 June 2007 for the annual EU-China Joint Trade Ministerial ...
China and product safety: frequently asked questions
EU Consumer Commissioner Meglena Kuneva is making a vist to the People's Republic of China on 21-27 July 2007.
EU requests WTO consultations on Chinese export restrictions on raw materials - briefing
China applies export restrictions - quotas and export duties - on key raw materials. The European Commission says these restrictions distort competition and ...
Modernised Community Customs Code - guide
The aim of the modernised Community Customs Code regulation is to replace the existing Community Customs Code and the related Regulations with a modernized ...
European competitiveness report 2006
The Competitiveness Report focuses mainly on analysing issues related to developments of productivity, as a key indicator for competitiveness over the long ...
Corporate social responsibility - European Commission CSR Trade site
2006 customs seizures of counterfeit goods – Frequently Asked Questions
Statistics just published by the European Commission show a significant increase in the amount of counterfeit and pirated articles seized at the EU's external ...
The latest Customs statistics published by the European Commission show that counterfeiting and piracy continue to be a alarming threat in Europe. Customs ...
Counterfeiting and Piracy conference, 13 May 2008 - guide
The High Level Conference on Counterfeiting and Piracy has been organised by the European Commission, with the aim of providing a platform for Members of the ...
Cuba: EU bilateral trade and trade with the world
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