When the US launches a high level and concerted re-branding exercise, something big is happening. The latest target is the “Asia-Pacific” region, now to be known as the “Indo-Pacific”.
Civil society organisations are calling on governments to remove the threat that ISDS poses to the climate. The following statement outlines our primary concerns and demands. We seek to put pressure on our governments as they meet at COP 27 in November 2022.
After Bolsonaro, the European Commission, as well as some governments and industries in Europe will see an opportunity to push through the EU-Mercosur trade deal. But the agreement would be the exact opposite of what the Amazon needs.
UK IP demands contain provisions that would drastically harm access to affordable, lifesaving generic medicines from India, upon which millions of people around the world rely.
We have produced a detailed study/story of NAFTA, with its eternal wake of treatises and agreements, its effects, and the tools to analyse and organise resistance against the impacts of FTAs.
Women in the Asia and Pacific discussed FTAs and agricultural digitalisation impacting women.
Israel and Bahrain are close to finalizing a free trade agreement, just over two years after the Gulf state, alongside the United Arab Emirates, signed an agreement to normalize ties with Israel, becoming the first Arab states in a quarter-century to recognize the Jewish state.
Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreements will play a key role in the development of UAE’s new economy and the country aims to sign 26 such deals in the next few years, said Abdulla bin Touq Al Marri, Minister of Economy.
There are two sticking points in the negotiations of the Pakistan-Hungary BIT: one is “Expropriation” and the other is “Subrogation”.
The recent escalating series of trade disruptions has called into question the vision of a globalized economy.
Chile’s President said that the minister of foreign affairs will travel to Brussels at the end of the week to sign a modernization of a bilateral agreement with the European Union.
South America’s major Mercosur trade bloc, which includes regional powerhouses Brazil and Argentina, has been rattled by one of its smaller members, Uruguay, seeking to strike its own free-trade deals, leaders said.