India, ASEAN likely to sign FTA later this month | 11-August-2014
India and the 10-nation ASEAN are likely to sign the long-delayed free trade agreement in services and investments later this month when their economic and trade ministers meet.
CETA will likely be signed, but it will also implode | 8-August-2014
At this point, the text has reportedly been sent to Canadian provincial governments and the European Union member states for initial feedback to be submitted over the next few weeks, reports Brent Patterson.
Two-third of voters in Tory marginals want NHS exempt from US trade pact | 8-August-2014
More than two-thirds of voters in 13 battleground constituencies want to see the NHS safeguarded from a new trade deal that critics say threatens to make the privatisation of UK health services permanent.
End in sight for US-Japan TPP talks on agriculture market access, Oe says | 8-August-2014
The conclusion of agriculture market access talks between the US and Japan is in sight, Japan’s Trans-Pacific Partnership Ambassador Hiroshi Oe said 5 August. The US Trade Representative talked of "some progress".
Japan, Sri Lanka push for trade treaty | 8-August-2014
During their recent meeting in Colombo, the proposed Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) between Japan and Sri Lanka was the main topic of conversation between Rishad Bathiudeen, the Sri Lankan Minister of Industry and Commerce, and the Japanese Senior Vice Minister of Economy, Trade, and Industry, Kazuyoshi Akaba.
Trade talks for first TA with surging ‘Nam on the cards | 8-August-2014
The possibility of a first ever official trade agreement with one of the most discerning Asian suppliers to Sri Lanka has edged closer to reality.
’Too many’ Asian free trade agreements survey finds | 8-August-2014
A survey of Asian businesses by HSBC has found that there are too many free trade agreements and they are too complicated.
S. Korea, New Zealand fail to make breakthrough in latest FTA talks | 8-August-2014
The latest round of negotiations for a bilateral free trade agreement (FTA) between South Korea and New Zealand has ended without a significant breakthrough as the countries remained divided over the agriculture market, the South Korean government said Friday.
ASEAN-India services and investment FTA inches closer to implementation | 8-August-2014
The ASEAN-India Free Trade Agreement (FTA) in Services and Investment is one step closer to implementation following approval by Thailand’s Ministry of Commerce to accept the terms outlined in the region-wide agreement.
Euro-African trade signifies changing relations | 6-August-2014
From a geopolitical perspective, Europe arguably needs the EPA trade deals with Africa more than Africa does.
Plundering the planet: Rigged corporate “free trade partnerships” and “climate change agreements” | 27-Aug-2014
The corporate free trade project reloaded | 27-Aug-2014
Guatemala: Marcha en contra de la “ley Monsanto” | 26-Aug-2014
TULF on TTIP | 23-Aug-2014
Position du ROPPA sur la signature des APE | 13-Aug-2014
AFTINET on ISDS | 13-Aug-2014
Website reveals how US could rewrite Australian medicine, media content and data storage laws through Trans-Pacific trade deal (TPP) | 13-Aug-2014
New World Trade Order? Fighting TPP and TTIP/TAFTA | 8-Aug-2014
An urgent challenge for the BDS movement | 5-Aug-2014
TTIP: battle of the choirs | 4-Aug-2014
Obama’s TPP: Taking neo-liberalism to a new level | 1-Aug-2014
STOP-APE : un appel aux organisations de la société civile et aux élus, en Europe et en Afrique | 1-Aug-2014
Declaración de la 16° Cumbre Social del Mercado Común del Sur (Mercosur) “Articulando luchas, cultivando resistencias” | 30-Jul-2014
Solicitan a Cancilleres del Mercosur suspender TLC con el estado de Israel ante crímenes de lesa humanidad | 25-Jul-2014