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CETA negotiations suspended over fisheries fund, N.L. says

19-Jan-2015 CBC Newfoundland and Labrador is suspending support for CETA and all trade agreements currently being negotiated with the federal government.

  • 2-Aug-2008 UPI
    Japan trade deal imperils Filipino fishers

    Groups opposed to the bilateral economic agreement between Japan and the Philippines expressed fears that its ratification could lead to an inflow of secondhand Japanese ships - similar to the MV Princess of the Stars, a ferry owned by Sulpicio Lines, which sank last month at the height of Typhoon Frank (also known as Typhoon Fengshen).

  • 26-Jun-2008
    RP fishers buck EU-ASEAN free trade deal

    A group of small-scale fishers in the Philippines is against a free trade deal between the European Union (EU) and Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN).

  • 17-Jun-2008 GMANews
    Group urges Palace to reveal content of RP-US free trade pact

    A militant fisher folk group urged Malacañang on Tuesday to disclose the content of the proposed RP-US Free Trade Agreement (FTA), which it said might be the top agenda of President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo’s state visit to the United States next week.

  • 20-Apr-2008 Inquirer
    Filipino fishers JPEPA’s biggest losers, says leftwing group

    If approved, an estimated 200,000 metric tons of tuna would be fished annually by the Japanese in Philippine waters under the agreement. This would amount to $970 million annual loses for the Philippine fisher folk sector.

  • 4-Apr-2008
    Maori divided over free trade deal

    Ngai Tahu Seafood, the lucrative fisheries arm of one of the largest Maori tribes, says the Government’s controversial free-trade pact with China is a good deal and will earn the iwi millions of dollars.

  • 22-Jan-2008 Reuters
    EU keen to renegotiate Mauritania fish deal

    European Commission experts will head to Mauritania later this week to renegotiate the EU’s most valuable fishing deal with another country. The European Union has signed more than 20 bilateral fishing agreements, nearly all with developing countries and mostly in Africa, that give the EU a substantial extra supply of fish. The deal with Mauritania is the largest and most valuable.

  • 21-Dec-2007
    India’s FTA rush: Kerala’s farmers and fishworkers stand to lose

    New FTAs such as the EU-India Trade and Investment Agreement, India-Thailand FTA and the ASEAN-India Regional Trade and Investment Area pose threats to the fishing community in Kerala.

  • 28-Nov-2007 The Hindu
    Consultations held on India-EU trade pact

    Fishermen want 40 varieties in the negative list

  • 27-Nov-2007 AHN
    Philippine fisherfolks seek international support against Philippine-Japan trade deal

    An alliance of Philippines fishermen is trying to protect itself and Philippine waters from being over fished by huge Japanese factory fishing ships.

  • 3-Oct-2007 AFP
    Philippine Senators ’could reject’ Japan free trade deal

    Philippine lawmakers are unlikely to ratify a free trade agreement with Japan in the deal’s present form, the president of the Southeast Asian nation’s Senate said Tuesday.

  • 1-Oct-2007 The Hindu
    State’s favourite fish may escape duty-free import net

    Oil sardine and mackerel are likely to escape the list of duty-free import from Europe in the Indo-European Union trade and investment agreement, set to be signed late next year. The exemption is a major victory for fish workers.

  • 12-Sep-2007 New Kerala
    Kerala to pressurise Centre on including fish in FTA

    The Kerala government is anxiously watching the move by the European Union to import 40 varieties of fish to India, as part of the proposed Indo-EU bilateral FTA, as it would adversely affect the state’s traditional fishing sector.

  • 12-Sep-2007 FishUpdate
    Iceland moves closer to full trade deal with China

    Iceland, one of the world’s largest fish producers, is moving closer to a free trade deal with China, one of the world’s fastest growing consumers of seafood. European fish processors are worried that the price of white fish, salmon and prawns could rise even higher than they are now if China becomes a fish buyer in a big way.

  • 5-Sep-2007 Reuters
    Philippines wants fishing agreement in S. China Sea

    The Philippines wants an agreement to allow free fishing in disputed waters of the South China Sea

  • 31-Aug-2007 ABC
    Pacific: Trade officials deeply concerned about European offer

    Pacific trade officials and legal experts from 14 Pacific Island nations have just spent 3 days examing Europe’s draft agreement in detail and are deeply concerned about the text (audio)

  • 24-Aug-2007 UPI
    Japan eyes tuna in trade pact with Philippines

    What the Japanese government and its transnational fishing clients are really after are the Philippines’ precious tunas.

  • 14-Aug-2007 Japan Indymedia
    Fishy issues in Japan-Philippine Economic Partnership Agreement (JPEPA)

    The Japan-Philippine Economic Partnership Agreement (JPEPA) is up for ratification by the Philippine Senate. However, there are socio-environmental and equity issues on fisheries trade and investments that demand answers or solutions from policymakers of both countries.

  • 23-Jul-2007
    Fish exporters set conditions for EPAs

    With barely five months to go before the Economic Partnership Agreements (EPAs) come into force, it is still unclear whether agreements in the negotiations will be reached.

  • 28-Jun-2007
    South Korea to spend $140 bln for US trade deal

    South Korea will spend more than 130 trillion won ($140.3 billion) through 2013 to compensate for losses to farms and fisheries stemming from a free trade deal with the United States, the government said on Thursday.

  • 13-Jun-2007 Universidad San Juan de la Cruz
    Perspectiva sobre el impacto del TLC para el desarrollo marino de Costa Rica

    Un análisis de las consecuencias inmediatas del TLC en el campo de los recursos marinos, indica que el 92% del territorio nacional queda a merced de los intereses de las grandes compañías trasnacionales, la cuales -a diferencia de los criollos- tienen el capital para explotar nuestros océanos

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