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European ISPs fear that international trade agreement cuts EU citizens' internet protection
EuroISPA, the European Association of European Internet Service Providers (ISPs), fears that negotiators in the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) are ...
Report on Potentially Trade Restrictive measures
Report on potentially trade restrictive measures identified in the context of the economic crisis - May 2010 – September 2010 - for the Trade Policy Committee. ...
Belgian agreement to trigger ECJ ruling on legality of CETA
After ten days of frantic negotiations, Belgium is set to reach an internal political agreement on CETA, a controversial trade and investment protection deal ...
Project Europe 2030 - A report to the European Council by the Reflection Group on the Future of the EU 2030
The European Union must introduce measures, modify behaviour and correct dynamics if it wants to allow its institutions to really make life easier for its ...
Eurozone trade surplus up to EUR 28.6 bn in March
First estimates for March show a surplus in international trade in goods for the Eurozone of EUR 28.6 bn and a EUR 7.2 bn surplus for the whole EU, according ...
TTIP leaks update: Greenpeace response to Commission statements
In response to the European Commission’s statements on the TTIP leaks and a blog post by EU trade commissioner Cecilia Malmstroem, Greenpeace EU director ...
Global trade increasingly obstructed: EU Report
The tendency to impose trade-restricting measures remains strong among the EU's commercial partners, fuelling continuing uncertainty in the world economy. ...
TTIP: ISDS mechanism for resolving investor disputes
How to resolve disputes between foreign investors and states remains a thorny issue in the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), currently ...
Chinese toys, clothing top EU's 2015 list of unsafe products
Toys and clothing top the list of dangerous products for which the EU issued Europe-wide alerts last year, with China remaining the number one country of ...
EU Parliament rejects opportunity to clarify legal status of CETA
The European Parliament has rejected a resolution to refer the controversial investment protection system under an EU-Canada trade deal to the European Court ...
EU-US trade talks resume, consumer concerns continue
EU and US delegations meet this week in Brussels to resume their trade talks after last month's US government shutdown halted the second round of negotiations.
Turkey Investment Climate 2009
The Government of Turkey (GOT) views foreign direct investment as vital to the country's economic development and prosperity. Accordingly, Turkey has one of ...
Asia and the EU
Economic relations between the EU and ASEAN and ASEM, take the form of bilateral trade ties, region-to-region partnerships, and multilateral co-operation.
EU - Asia trade statistics
Between 1999 and 2005, EU25 exports and imports of goods to the 13 Asian countries1 taking part in the Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) both grew by more than 60%: ...
Asia
Asia is a crucial partner for the EU, whether economically, politically or culturally. The wider Asian and Asia-Pacific region (including South Asia, ...
China and the EU
China and the EU, two of the biggest markets in the world, have everything to gain by deepening their commercial ties. Since 1978, EU-China trade has increased ...
China - EU trade
The European Union and China, two of the biggest markets in the world, have everything to gain by deepening their commercial ties. Since 1978, bilateral trade ...
EU-China trade in facts and figures
China is now the third biggest national exporter in the global economy after Germany and the US. China now accounts for about 8 % of all imports and 12% of all ...
Chinese treatment of foreign financial information providers - EU WTO request
The European Union has formally requested consultations at the World Trade Organisation (WTO) over measures that affect the operation of foreign financial ...
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