• 24-Jun-2015 Huffington Post
    Ein offener Brief aus Kanada

    Mit dem Votum über das Abkommen über die Transatlantische Handels- und Investitionspartnerschaft zwischen der Europäischen Union und den USA (TTIP), das am 10. Juni im Europäischen Parlament verschoben wurde, steht die Europäische Union am Abgrund einer weitreichenden Entscheidung.

  • 24-Jun-2015 Huffington Post
    Lettre à l’UE du Canada

    Avec le vote du Parlement européen sur le Partenariat transatlantique de commerce et d’investissement (TTIP) -un traité de libre-échange entre les États-Unis et l’Union européenne- qui était reporté le 10 juin, l’Union européenne était appelée à prendre une décision majeure.

  • 24-Jun-2015 Politico
    Malmström predicts Canadian-EU trade deal by July

    EU trade chief Cecilia Malmström said Tuesday the bloc’s pending trade pact with Canada could be done by the end of July, but acknowledged the more controversial EU-US agreement will get pushed to next year.

  • 24-Jun-2015 Huffington Post
    The EU needs to stop dangerous trade deals

    As the EU-U.S. Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) agreement vote was postponed in the European Parliament on June 10th, the European Union is on the precipice of a major decision.

  • 23-Jun-2015 Economic Voice
    TUC General Secretary calls time on ‘zombie trade deals’

    TUC General Secretary, Frances O’Grady, will call time on ‘zombie trade deals’, when she addresses the European Commission Trade Policy Day in Brussels today (Tuesday).

  • 22-Jun-2015 The Tyee
    Six tough questions about the China trade deal

    Gus Van Harten, author of ’Sold Down the Yangtze,’ breaks down the Canada-China Foreign Investment Promotion and Protection Agreement’s impacts.

  • 22-Jun-2015 InterFax
    Ukraine, Canada to speed up FTA talks

    Poroshenko and Harper have agreed to speed up talks concerning the formation of a free trade area between Ukraine and Canada.

  • 19-Jun-2015 Lexology
    Future of ISDS in TTIP and beyond. Is now the time for reform?

    A consensus is clearly forming around changes and adjustments needed to reform ISDS, but the main stakeholders – businesses and governments – have yet to make a clear stand, argue Adrian-Catalin Bulboaca and Marius Iliescu

  • 9-Jun-2015
    Canada’s new trade deals good for Canadian corporations, bad for African democracy

    What do we call it when Ottawa signs a deal with an unelected regime that would prevent any future elected government in a small African nation from changing its laws regulating Canadian-owned mines for almost two decades?

  • 8-Jun-2015 Stop TTIP
    2 million sign European Citizens’ Initiative against EU-US trade deal

    The European Citizens’ Initiative “Stop TTIP” has reached a new record number of signatures a few days ahead of a critical vote on TTIP in the European Parliament.

  • 5-Jun-2015 IP Watch
    Alternative summit offers ideas for trade agreements, G7, amid 40,000 protesters

    Just days before leaders of the Group of 7 (G7) industrialised countries gather in the well-guarded Bavarian Castle Elmau, a broad coalition of organisations invited free trade critics to an International Summit for Alternatives in Munich.

  • 3-Jun-2015 Ars Technica UK
    EU arts policies could lead to ISDS lawsuits, admits German government

    The German federal government has admitted that an EU country’s arts policies could lead to it being sued by foreign corporations before investor tribunals under trade agreements being negotiated with Canada and the US.

  • 1-Jun-2015 Canadian Press
    L’Australie presse le Canada d’abaisser ses barrières tarifaires sur le vin

    L’Australie presse le Canada d’abaisser ses barrières tarifaires liées à l’industrie du vin et insiste pour obtenir des concessions semblables à celles obtenues par l’Union européenne, a appris La Presse Canadienne.

  • 1-Jun-2015 Canadian Press
    Australia pressuring Canada in TPP for greater wine access, citing EU gains

    An internal memo from the Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development says the Canadian government is being pressured by TPP parties to give them same outcomes as EU got under CETA.

  • 29-May-2015 Zeit
    The hidden costs of trade treaties

    The free trade treaties with Canada (CETA) and the United States (TTIP) are not threatening European standards, the negotiators in Brussels assure us. Yet environmental and food safety regulations have already been weakened.

  • 29-May-2015 EESC
    The EESC opposes ISDS in TTIP and CETA and calls for an International Investment Court

    The European Economic and Social Committee, in its opinion adopted on 27 May, opposes the inclusion of Investor-State Dispute Settlement (ISDS) provisions in the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) or in the Comprehensive Economic Trade Agreement (CETA), as it believes such a system has the potential to derail both agreements.

  • 28-May-2015 Rappler
    PH eyes 3 more bilateral agreements

    The Philippines plans to forge bilateral agreements with Mexico, Chile and Canada, after the countries started last week exploration talks aimed at further strengthening their trade and economic relations.

  • 27-May-2015 La Presse canadienne
    Accord Canada-UE: des chiffres de création d’emplois relevant de la «fiction»

    Le gouvernement n’est pas en mesure de prouver que l’accord de libre-échange entre le Canada et l’Union européenne créera, comme il le prétend, environ 80 000 nouveaux emplois, selon la sénatrice indépendante libérale Céline Hervieux-Payette

  • 27-May-2015 CBC News
    Processing requirements ’off the table’ in CETA spat with Ottawa: Darin King

    A dispute between the Newfoundland and Labrador government and Ottawa surrounding the Canadian European Union Comprehensive Trade Agreement (CETA) was reignited Tuesday, with the province saying it will not relinquish authority over minimum fish processing requirements.

  • 25-May-2015 La Presse canadienne
    Le Japon se désintéresse du Canada

    Ottawa espère toujours négocier un accord avec Tokyo, mais celui-ci est plutôt tourné vers le Partenariat Trans-Pacifique

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