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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.
Give us the tools to combat unfair trade, says Brussels
The EU Commission called on Member States Wednesday to support its efforts to provide the EU with stronger and more robust defence instruments against unfair ...
Steel, market access top China-EU talks agenda
The EU and China held their 6th annual EU-China High-level Economic and Trade Dialogue in Brussels Tuesday with steel over-capacity and market access at the ...
Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights
The European Commission adopted on 1 July two communications: an Action Plan to address infringements of intellectual property rights in the EU, and a Strategy ...
Greenpeace Netherlands leaks EU-Mercosur trade papers
Greenpeace Netherlands has released 171 pages of previously undisclosed documents from secret talks for an EU-Mercosur trade agreement.
EU welcomes G20 forum deal on steel over-capacity
The European Commission welcomed Friday the agreement by the G20's Global Forum to wide-ranging policy solutions to tackle global steel over-capacity, to be ...
2010 RAPEX Report - guide
Whether a baby-stroller or a new pair of shoes, we all like to be sure that the products we buy in the EU are safe. The good news is that fewer dangerous ...
Transatlantic trade talks: what is the problem?
This week, Europe's Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmstroem attempted to breath new life into the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership talks that have ...
EU-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement - key elements
The EU-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement, came into force on 1 February, 2019, is expected to boost trade in goods and services as well as create ...
EU-Japan trade deal set to enter into force February 2019
February 1, 2019 is the date set for entry into force of the EU’s trade agreement with Japan, as the European Parliament gave its consent Wednesday to the ...
EU summit ends without Canada trade deal
The signing of the EU's comprehensive trade deal with Canada continued to be held up at an EU summit in Brussels Friday by objections from Belgium's tiny ...
The 27 Member States of the European Union had their deficit in trade in goods with Russia halved in the first six months of 2009. Russia is the third trading ...
International Trade Disputes and EU Liability (Cambridge Studies in European Law and Policy)
The European Union has become the respondent of several international trade disputes. This book examines the right to compensation for damage resulting from ...
Illegal logging - guide
The European Union on 6 October signed the Voluntary Partnership Agreement with Cameroon, the largest African exporter of timber products to the EU. By July ...
Report on EU customs enforcement of intellectual property rights - results of the EU border 2016
The European Commission's 2016 report on EU customs enforcement of intellectual property rights shows that customs authorities detained more than 41 million ...
EU-US trade: auto makers urge MEPs to support talks
Ahead of a vote in the European Parliament tomorrow, auto makers are calling upon MEPs to back the European Commission's request to start trade talks with the ...
Trade Agreement between Colombia, Peru and the European Union - highlights
The European Commission has finalised the legal review of the Trade Agreement with Colombia and Peru. Once endorsed, this agreement would open up markets on ...
Common rules for EU exports
This Regulation establishes common rules for exports from the European Community (EC) based on the principle of freedom of export and to define the procedures ...
Common rules for imports into the EU
This Regulation aims to establish common rules for imports into the European Community based on the principle of the freedom of import and to define the ...
Blockchain and Trade: Not a Fix for Brexit, but Could Revolutionise Global Value Chains (If Governments Let It)
One of the most tone-deaf suggestions in the Brexit proceedings so far came in August 2017, when the UK Brexit team released a long-awaited position paper ...
The human cost of cheap bananas
New report shows how increasing market power and Unfair Trading Practices of European supermarkets affect banana small farmers and plantation workers
Industry rallies Europe to respond to new EU consultation on market economy status of China
Today, 30 European industries represented by AEGIS Europe called on European unions, businesses and NGOs to respond urgently to the European Commission’s new ...
European industry calls on EU to prove its backbone towards China
Ahead of the EU China Summit in Beijing on 12 – 13 July, AEGIS Europe, an alliance of more than 30 European manufacturing associations, calls on European ...
EU Trade Ministers: Safeguard European trade defense instruments urge European Manufacturers
On the eve of the informal meeting of EU Trade Ministers due to take place on 22 and 23 September in Bratislava, AEGIS Europe, an alliance of manufacturing ...
Robust EU trade defence system is fundamental to the future of industrial manufacturing in Europe
AEGIS Europe response to the Communication from the Commission to the European Parliament, the European Council and the Council: ‘Towards a robust trade policy ...
New Commission Anti-Dumping proposal undermines legal certainty in EU trade defence policy
Following publication of the European Commission's changes to the EU anti-dumping legislation - designed to render China’s demand for Market Economy Status ...
Fair Trade movement renews commitment to work with EU in long path ahead to implement UN 2030 Agenda
On 22 November, the European Commission launched a policy package that maps EU current actions and commitments to achieve the UN 2030 Agenda and lays down the ...
Launch of 'Business Beyond Borders' - a new EU B2B and C2C initiative to help SMEs expand their businesses abroad
European SMEs can take advantage of new EU support to participate in a series of one-to-one m​eetings at international trade fairs to expand their businesses ...
CETA hands legislative reins to lobbyists, new report shows
The EU-Canada Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) will further empower corporate lobbyists by providing them with early, exclusive access to the ...
WTO Trade Facilitation Agreement: a welcome boost for the World Economy
EuroCommerce is very pleased that the number of ratifications needed for the WTO Agreement on Trade Facilitation (TFA) to enter into force was reached today. ...
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