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House of Commons passes new Ukraine free trade deal over Conservative opposition
The House of Commons passed an updated free trade agreement with Ukraine over the objections of Conservative MPs, who have attacked the bill for containing a reference to "carbon pricing."
ABH Holdings S.A. brings $1 billion claim against Ukraine
ABHH seeks full compensation for the expropriation of Sense Bank by the Ukrainian authorities through enforced nationalisation.
Ukraine terminates agreement with Belarus on investment protection
The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine has approved a draft law to terminate the Ukrainian-Belarusian intergovernmental agreement on the promotion and mutual protection of investments.
Ukraine, Türkiye ready to ratify FTA
The governments of Ukraine and Türkiye are ready to ratify the Free Trade Agreement in early 2024.
EFTA and Ukraine heads of delegation meet to discuss modernisation of their Free Trade Agreement
High-level representatives from the EFTA States and Ukraine discussed the way forward in the modernisation of their existing EFTA-Ukraine Free Trade Agreement originally signed in 2010.
Canada backs Ukraine’s entry to CPTPP, trade minister says
Canadian trade minister Mary Ng reiterated Ottawa’s support for Ukraine’s bid to join the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership, stressing the need to maintain high open market standards for the framework.
DTEK energy company claims $ 267 million victory in The Hague against Russia over Crimea assets
DTEK Group prevails in The Hague case, securing a $267 million award from Russia for the confiscation of assets in occupied Crimea.
Ukraine and Canada conclude updated free trade agreement
According to the First Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine - Minister of Economy Yuliya Svyrydenko, the new Agreement brings significant changes to the trade regime between Ukraine and Canada.
Russian firm escalates dispute with Canada over seized cargo plane
Owner of aircraft parked at Toronto’s airport invoking 1989 bilateral investment treaty.
South Africa government officials head to US to save AGOA trade deal
A South African government delegation will embark on a charm offensive in the US this week aiming to defuse tensions with the African nation’s second-biggest trading partner over foreign policy and retain its preferential access to American markets.
Ukraine submits request to join CPTPP trade pact
Ukraine has submitted a request to join the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP); a trade pact among 11 countries, including Japan, Canada and Australia.
EU agrees trade deal with Kenya as Brussels aims to boost Africa ties
The EU has agreed a trade deal with Kenya, marking an important step in Brussels’ efforts to boost economic relations with Africa.
Canada backs Ukraine’s application to join trans-Pacific trade pact
Canada backs Ukraine’s application to join the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership, Canadian Trade Minister Mary Ng said.
Wild card entries complicate the trade game
Volodymyr Zelenskyy has issued a presidential decree announcing he has appointed a delegation to negotiate Ukraine’s membership of CPTPP.
Ukraine lodges protest to Poland and EU over restrictions on Ukrainian agricultural products
Kyiv has lodged an official protest to Poland and the European Union over imposing restrictions on imports of Ukrainian agricultural products contrary to the Association Agreement.
Trade rep Kachka: Ukraine plans to start talks on joining Trans-Pacific Partnership in 2023
The Government of Ukraine will soon make a decision on Ukraine’s application to join the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership, Deputy Economy Minister, Trade Representative of Ukraine said.
Ukraine’s Naftogaz says Russia told to pay $5 billion for seizing Crimea assets
Ukraine’s state-owned gas company Naftogaz that Moscow had been ordered by an arbitration court in The Hague to pay $5 billion in compensation for unlawfully expropriating its assets in Russian-annexed Crimea in 2014.
Ukraine, Canada agree to expand bilateral free trade deal
The modernized trade deal would implement the most modern liberalization regime for service and investment markets and revamping digital goods trade rules.
Ukrainian billionaire seeks compensation from Russia in arbitration for losses incurred
Billionaire Rinat Akhmetov, who is the founder and beneficiary of the holding company SCM, has announced that he is initiating an arbitration process against Russia.
Ukraine and UK sign agreement on digital trade
This new generation trade agreement focuses primarily on preventing the emergence of barriers in the future, as states in the world are increasingly regulating the digital sphere.