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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 ...
EU vehicle manufacturers express concern on US investigation into auto imports
The European Automobile Manufacturers' Association (ACEA) has expressed its concern regarding the initiation by the United States of a national security ...
A Multilateral Investment Court
A new system for resolving disputes between foreign investors and states in a fair and efficient way.
Reform of GSP rules of origin - guide
The European Commission has adopted a regulation revising rules of origin for products imported under the generalised system of preferences (GSP). This ...
Canada-EU talks mull trade investment court
The EU Commission and Canada co-hosted Tuesday the first exploratory discussions with government representatives from around the world on establishing a ...
EU trade agreements
Trade in goods and services makes a significant contribution to increasing sustainable growth and creating jobs. More than 30 million jobs already depend on ...
ENVI Committee gives green light to CETA
The European Parliament Environment, Public Health and Food Safety (ENVI) Committee adopted the amended opinion suggesting giving consent to the Comprehensive ...
Tariffs would damage US car industry, EU warns Trump
Imposing tariffs on imports of EU cars would damage US trade and its own car industry, the European Union warned Monday in formal comments to the United States ...
CETA investor dispute system 'compatible with EU law'
The investment dispute mechanism of the free trade agreement between the EU and Canada (CETA) is compatible with EU law, an advocate-general of the EU Court ...
G7 leaders push free trade agenda
Leaders of the G7 countries meeting at a summit in Japan reaffirmed their commitment to open and fair global trade and called for swift progress on regional ...
Communication from the Commission: Banana Accompanying Measures: Supporting the Sustainable Adjustment of the Main ACP Banana-Exporting Countries to New Trade ...
Canada-European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) - main elements
The European Commission and the Canadian Government announced on 29 February that the legal review of the Canada-European Union Comprehensive Economic and ...
Successful completion of the first 2009 EU Gateway Business Mission to Japan renews strength of EU- Japan business cooperation
9 March 2009 Press Release
EU's free trade agreements - state of play
Over the next two years, 90% of world demand will be generated outside the EU. That is why the EU sees it as a key priority to open up more market ...
MEPs call for EU rules on textile imports to curb worker exploitation
EU rules are needed to force textile and clothing suppliers to respect the rights of workers around the world, who often suffer long working hours, low wages ...
Automobile manufacturers call for change of direction in EU trade negotiations
The European automobile manufacturers call on the European Commission and Member States to change their approach in conducting trade negotiations. EU trade ...
New Block Exemption Regulation - briefing
The European Commission has adopted a new Regulation that 'block exempts' distribution and supply agreements at different levels of the production and ...
New Investment Court System for TTIP and other EU trade and investment negotiations
The European Commission has approved its proposal for a new and transparent system for resolving disputes between investors and states – the Investment Court ...
MEPs greenlight tougher anti-dumping rules
The European Parliament gave its green light Wednesday to start talks soon with national governments on new EU anti-dumping rules designed to give better ...
Information on procurement including award notices, calls for tenders, grants and a history of procurements from the European Commission's Directorate-General ...
Trade Barriers Regulation report on US Internet gambling laws - briefing
The European Commission published on 10 June a report on US laws on remote gambling and their enforcement against EU companies. This report is the outcome of ...
Infectious diseases are responsible for almost half of all deaths in developing countries, and half of these diseases are caused by HIV (AIDS), tuberculosis ...
EU Single Market - benefits
Ten ways in which Europeans have benefited from the Single Market
The Internal Market Scoreboard examines how quickly and how well each of the EU Member States writes Single Market directives into national law. It also ...
The objective of the European Union Services Directive is to achieve a genuine Internal Market in services by removing legal and administrative barriers to the ...
31m fake goods seized at EU borders in 2017
Customs authorities detained over 31 million fake and counterfeit products at the EU's external border with a street value of over EUR 580m, according to ...
EU initials partnership agreement with Malaysia
The chief negotiators of the European Union and Malaysia have initialled text of an EU-Malaysia Partnership and Cooperation Agreement at a ceremony held at the ...
Reform of the EU Generalised System of Preferences
The aim of the Generalised System of Preferences (GSP) is to help developing countries by making it easier for them to export their products to the European ...
The Swiss Cheese of Trade Policy: The Case Against Product Exclusions in Trade Agreements - ECIPE Policy Brief No. 6/2018
There have been calls to exclude certain products from trade agreements because they cause damages to public health or the environment. Lately, campaigns for ...
CETA threatens food safety even before national parliaments sign off
On the eve of the preliminary application of the EU-Canada trade deal, CETA, Greenpeace warned of threats to food safety and agricultural standards.
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