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Retailers call for Commission to ask right questions on trading practices
Following the announcement by Commissioner Hogan at the European Parliament Agriculture committee yesterday of the launch of a process leading to proposals on ...
Copa and Cogeca, CELCAA and FoodDrinkEurope welcome political agreement on EU- Japan trade deal
Copa and Cogeca, CELCAA and FoodDrinkEurope welcome the announcement made at today´s EU-Japan Summit on the 'in principle' agreement of an EU-Japan trade ...
GlassFibreEurope calls on industry's value chain to support the continuation of duties against illegal Dumping of Open Mesh Fabric from China
GlassFibreEurope, the European Glass Fibre Producers Association (APFE) and Tech-Fab Europe (TFE), have called on all actors in the glass fibre value chain to ...
EuroCommerce warns on rising tide of protectionism
The IMF has issued its latest six-monthly World Economic Outlook, which again marked a continued shift towards protectionism in advanced economies.
EuroCommerce: protectionism, Europe's greatest challenge
Speaking at the Finnish Commerce Federation conference in Helsinki today on trends in retail and wholesale, EuroCommerce Director-General Christian Verschueren ...
European Bicycle Manufacturers Association files EU anti-dumping complaint to stop the dumping of Chinese e-bikes
Moreno Fioravanti, Secretary General at the European Bicycle Manufacturers Association (EBMA) announced: "Dumped Chinese e-bikes are flooding the EU market. ...
EU needs to lead in fight against protectionism
On the occasion of the European Trade Policy Day today, EuroCommerce urges the European Union to fight against the growing protectionist tendencies everywhere.
Born Free urges EU to end ivory trade
International wildlife charity Born Free, alongside a coalition of NGOs, is urging the European Commission to take bold action and shut down the ivory trade ...
EuroCommerce: don’t disrupt trade across the Atlantic - or the Channel
EuroCommerce Director-General Christian Verschueren has warned of the severe consequences of any trade war arising from US President Donald Trump’s ...
EU-Mexico trade agreement: important signal against protectionism
The EU-Mexico Global Agreement concluded in principle at the weekend marked another important and welcome step in Europe's leadership in advocating free trade. ...
Retailers and wholesalers warn against return to protectionist thinking of the 1930s
EuroCommerce Director-General Christian Verschueren warned of major consequences for global supply chains resulting from US President Donald Trump's decision ...
European Bicycle Manufacturers Association welcomes EU Expiry Review of dumped bicycles from China
Moreno Fioravanti, Secretary General of the European Bicycle Manufacturers Association (EBMA) said: "The EBMA applauds today's European Commission decision to ...
Europe Must Show Leadership, but also do More to Fight Illicit Trade
The Transnational Alliance to Combat Illicit Trade (TRACIT) and The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) released on 7 June the Global Illicit Trade Environment ...
European Bicycle Manufacturers Association welcomes provisional EU anti-dumping measures on e-bikes from China
Moreno Fioravanti, Secretary General of the European Bicycle Manufacturers Association (EBMA) said: "The EBMA applauds the European Commission decision to ...
EU-Canada trade agreement threatens fracking bans
The proposed Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) between the European Union (EU) and Canada would grant energy companies far-reaching rights to ...
EU Deal Only Covers a Fraction of Conflict Minerals
In a new report, Swedwatch presents the practical implications of existing regulations on conflict minerals and concludes that EU negotiations have failed to ...
ESRA and CIUS call for access to sugar in EU-Mercosur Free Trade Agreement
The current EU trade agenda shows a level of ambition and leadership never seen before, as Europe takes on the mantle of global champion of free trade. Ongoing ...
European Commission holds key to the end of EU trade in illegal timber
WWF welcomed the report published by the European Commission today, showing that 2 ½ years after it entered into force, the EU Timber Regulation is still not ...
China sues EU rather than U.S. at the WTO
Applying a "divide and conquer" strategy, China has notified the WTO of its intention to proceed with a panel request only against the EU to be treated as a ...
EU ministers give green light to trade talks with Australia and New Zealand
EU trade ministers authorised the opening of talks for free trade agreements with Australia and New Zealand Tuesday, which the Commission says could benefit ...
EU-Japan free trade zone opens for business
The EU-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement entered into force on 1 February, allowing businesses and consumers across Europe and in Japan to take advantage of ...
Illegal Logging and Related Trade - Indicators of the Global Response
This in-depth study of twelve producer, processing and consumer countries demonstrates that actions taken by governments, civil society and the private sector ...
Plant health: Harmful organisms
The aim of the Community plant health regime is to prevent the introduction into the community of organisms harmful to plants or plant products or their spread ...
The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) is a trade agreement that is currently being negotiated between the European Union and the United ...
Many goods recalled, many good reasons for stricter surveillance
New figures out today for the number of hazardous non-food products recalled in 2015 confirm the urgent need to tighten product surveillance rules in Europe.
CETA is an unhealthy deal - lessons to be learnt for future EU trade policy
The European Parliament in the presence of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau rubber-stamped the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) between ...
CETA: MEPs put European Parliament on the wrong side of history
Support for the controversial EU-Canada trade and investment protection deal – known as CETA – puts the European Parliament on the wrong side of history, ...
EU proposals for the steel industry: Preserving sustainable jobs and growth in Europe
The European Commission suggests policy measures to support the European steel sector to overcome its serious challenges, largely due to global overcapacity.
41 million fake goods seized at EU borders, China main source
Customs authorities detained more than 41 million fake and counterfeit products valued at over EUR 670 million at the EU's external borders in 2016, according ...
European Parliament calls for TiSA agreement that protects and benefits consumers
Today, the European Parliament’s plenary adopted recommendations to the European Commission on the ongoing ‘Trade in Services’ (TiSA) agreement.
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