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Digital colonialism

The global battle for control of the digital economy is typically portrayed as one fought by only two titans: US and China, but that does not mean that the EU has been standing still.

Debunking government claims on RCEP

As Trade Justice Pilipinas articulated in an earlier statement: “RCEP will further prop up a broken economic model that we need to radically transform in favor of one that is more resilient.”
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Latest news

Bahrain loses case against Iran banks

Bahrain has been ordered by the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague to pay over €200 million in damages plus costs to two Iranian banks for the unlawful moves against their operations.

Indonesia continues to enhance cooperation with Palestine

Right now, Indonesia is also seeking to sign a preferential trade agreement (PTA) with the Palestinian government in order to help the Palestinian people conduct trade and increase economic cooperation between the two countries.

Free Trade Agreement talks with UK could be delayed to January 2022

Negotiations between India and the U.K. on a comprehensive FTA could be delayed to January 2022, with a Cabinet change in the UK and the need for more “pre-negotiation” talks being the main reasons for the talks not taking off in November as expected.

Lopez pushes PH-EU FTA for more stable economic relations

Trade and Industry Secretary Ramon M. Lopez cited the need to elevate the Philippine-EU trade and investment relations to new heights via a bilateral free trade agreement (FTA) to give the two parties’ bilateral relations more stability.

New impetus to EU-India free trade agreement: Swedish envoy

Sweden’s ambassador to India, expressed hope that the FTA between the EU and India would be negotiated and resolved soon. Swedish diplomats also stressed on innovation and cooperation between entities from their country and India.
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